I got a PM asking for me to post my parts list for the Stratux box I built recently. I posted it in the comments of a different thread but thought it warranted its own post. The Stratux is crazy easy to assemble. If you can assemble an IKEA lamp and plug it in then you can do this. Here's a parts list: Motherboard: Raspberry Pi 3 - $39.99 Radios and Antennae: High Gain Antennae and USB radios - $39.99 Remote mount GPS: VK-162 WAAS GPS - $18.99 Peel and stick heat sinks: Heat sinks for the processors on the motherboard - $4.95 Battery (optional): USB battery - $19.99 Software SD Card: Preloaded micro SD card with Stratux software installed. - $14.99 Case: All components snap-in. Cooling fan keeps CPU temps under 100 degrees F. - $18.99 (looks like white is out of stock but seller also has them in clear and black) $157.89 You can literally have the whole thing assembled in 15 minutes, no tools required other than a needle nose to tighten the antennae. No soldering, no real configuration; snap in, plug in and it fires up. Honestly, the trickiest thing I've had to do with the Stratux is a recent Firmware update which would be a factor regardless of who built it. The new Stratux software features a GPS-based AHRS which works pretty well. If you’re going this route it would be cheaper just to buy your own Mini SD card and install the software yourself even though the process is a little fiddly.