I was hoping someone might be able to provide some guidance on possibly repairing these SNES boards. So I have recently learned to solder and have been practicing quite a bit. I have been able to successfully install XenoGC mod chips into gamecubes, and thought an RGB amp installation would be rather simple and a good "next step". Both of these were purchased on eBay with the seller being fully transparent about them not working, but not to the extent of the condition they are in. Both are from botched RGB amp installs, on the 1st console (Console A) the pad is lifted from the CPUN chip pin, and the underside is missing a pad as well. The vias are filled with solder, I tried using a soldering wick to clear them but am unable to do so. On the 2nd console, (Console B) you can clearly see the scorched board, missing pins, pads, and traces. The underside is more of the same. I would imagine console 1 would be easier and more practical to repair, I just don't know how to go about getting the pad repaired, or if I would still be able to install an RGB amp, which is ultimately what I want to do. It was recommended to me to use bodge wires, for console 2, by running them to other traces/pads; and again with this one, I don't even know where to begin or which traces I would be able to run wires to. As far as equipment, I do have a microscope along with a yoctosun magnified headpiece. Are either of these repairable, or should I just count my losses and buy a working SNES to RGB mod. Photos attached are labeled for Console A (SNES-A) and Console B (SNES-B) the BTM is abbreviation for bottom. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!