I understand that soldering the pi to the circuit board safes space and creates a neat little “all in one” package.
the touch-display is just plugged upon to that - which I find great. even if it breaks it can be swapped out effortlessly.
also recently the pi zero w (with wifi included) has been released.
it would be nice to maybe swap out the pi zero in the future, maybe for an more powerful version.
so have you thought of just making that connection more “pluggable”?
also, the majority of (pi) ports are obstructed by the other components around. I get that in “normal operational mode” that should not be an issue. for troubleshooting it would be nice use the ports normally.