I was blown away by the mega ][ project but more importantly of the brilliance on display navigating both Apple ][ HW & SW. Permit me to pick your brain. My Apple ][ lab boasts 5 fully functional Apple ][ machines. Something I have always wanted on the Apple ][ is an ABSOLUTE reset button .... not a 2 or 3 finger keyboard salute that works most of the time .... a physical button that when pressed is as effective as powering up the machine after being off for a month. It was probably the "Wildcard ][" that first got me thinking about it ... it occupied a slot and had a button on a dangling wire ... when you pushed the button it would take over the 6502 and present a menu. One of the menu items was "clear memory and boot". This method of rebooting turns out to be very useful for the Apple ][ who's boot process includes checking memory for remnants of I forget what to determine if its doing its hard or soft boot. I have never been impressed, never found it helpful, and always found it to be a pain in the ass. So why don't I just power cycle the machine? The switcher in the Apple ][ is fairly marginal & fragile in my experience. I reboot my machines a lot in the work I do and the last thing I want to do is put more strain on the power supply by frequent power cycles ... the squeal of the power supply ramping up and down is concerning. Sorry for the long intro. What I want is a RESET! that will ALWAYS reset the Apple ][ ("reset dammit" ... I loath the inaccurate distinction of Hard vs Soft reset in the case of the Apple ][). The feature probably requires a slot to have access to memory and be home for some TTL drivers etc. Such an approach might also use a micro like esp32 or arduino to fiddle with memory ..... but putting a memory chip on a small mezzanine card to access the bus is not beneath me if its reliable. No menus are needed, no UI, just a single button that "no kidding" boots the machine every time ("dammit"). Am I nuts? Am I missing something more obvious (other than my OCD regarding frequent power cycling of the PS)? Does it sound interesting to anyone else?