So eventually I had to build my netlist on the graphics card, the CPU card, and all the other cards.
By the end of this, I was literally ready to go jump off a bridge. I had soaked up months and months of time into all of this. And this excludes work hours of course as I still have my day job.
I ended up doing the graphics card first, then working out reverse engineering it first. Once I had the graphics card done, I went back and did the rest a month or two later.
Eventually its all worth it in the end as the journey continues. It is a necessary evil if you wish to develop on a bespoke system that has ZERO documentation anywhere. (outside TWCs own archives).
After all that work, you end up with the rewards:
And by the time I got to the data card, I said screw it. I was done! I intended on replacing the data card with my own design, but we will get to that later. I documented just enough so I could figure out what to do with it.
Whew..... Well that's done! or... is it?