Yes, awesome Q&A. Sound dipped a little after the first few minutes, but I was still able to follow along - just slightly harder to separate the TV noise from flatmates later on.
I'm also a little concerned about this 8 months thing. Sounds like it might come later than next March which will probably make shipping stuff from Germany a little more complex and expensive, thanks to brexit, but here's hoping you won't require another full prototype run and it'll all be fine now.
Awesome to see the Pyra in motion for what feels like quite a long time. Interesting to see those bumpers fitted behind the display LCD as well as the space below the battery which I knew about already. And using the keymat and holding the device looks awesome - that d-pad looks a bit more curvier a little like the Megadrive pads, compared to the DaveC inspired d-pad in my Pandora, but I don't doubt that it still works more than fine.
Definitely seems worth having another video when you've got the Pyra OS running, and if you're happy doing it as a live stream that might be quicker for you than having to edit another video. Even without 3d drivers, it'll be an interesting record of how the OS works now, and if the prototype users can build you a megadrive emulator build a copy of Hurrican or something so you can show off those controls, that'd be awesome. Maybe also showing off the nubs could be done better, cos you were carefully showing off how slowly and precisely they could be moved in this video, but I'm actually more interested in how quickly you can get to relatively small menus, icons and window furniture, or maybe draw an evil dragon in GIMP (although I guess in reality you'd probably use the touchscreen for that).
And it's really weird to hear a German saying 'knackered' even if you were only reading it out from a user question.
Awesome to see the nubs deconstructed for the first time. I know some people who tend to twist joysticks and nubs, so I'll have to bear that in mind if I lend them my Pyra! At least it's only four solder pegs to desolder to replace them, rather than the chinese puzzle of getting all of the solder pads off a Pandora's nub at the same time.
Thanks again for this awesome and informative stream, and thanks for answering a couple of my questions so well.