In response to a question in the comments by mylistgroups12, I wanted to show two of the breakout boards I acquired when starting this project. I should note: I originally thought I might fit everything into a smaller CPLD (recall this post), which was in a 64 .5mm QFP size. Still, I got a few breakouts which support the larger, 100 pin size - but even with the 64 pin broken out (I did 5 to practice with the smaller CPLD, but only added pins to one) it was tedious to wire Vcc/Vss.
In the top right, of course, you can see VGAtonic - roughly 3" x 3", for scale.
In the upper right is a breakout board I bought from Futurlec: http://www.futurlec.com/ (Currently: select 'Components' at top, then on the left 'Sockets', 'SMD Adapter'). It can only support an 100 pin chip, but it makes the pins easier to use/count.
On the bottom is both sides of an adapter I bought on ebay from user e-sale2010. I'd try searching 'QFP Adapter' - but this is nice because you can use anything from 32 - 100 pins in the .5mm pitch. However, the pin count will be funky - I had to make a spreadsheet to convert the labeled pin number to the actual pin number on the CPLDs.
Hope this helps!