It's two separate decks taken off one after each-other and a total of 8 screws, and juggling devices attached to each deck and the wires that run between them. I've already gone through one rather expensive coax antenna cable damaged during dis-assembly.
I'm rather proud that I built it well enough that i never have to go inside it. In fact, the only reason i took it apart in the last few months of developing was to get to the GPS to feel if it was hot while running for you. (admin)
In the year of building SAGAR i've never had a hardware failure, and charging and programming is all assessable from outside it's body.
But, I see how it is. All the effort unappreciated.
Go ahead and delete my entry post please. I don't want to get further embarrassed by it's inadequacies.
Well, joking aside, I guess it's more reason to finish my Webbotlib + project designer + Axon + WinAVR getting started video tutorial.