I have needed to reduce the size of my EZB because it did not fit nicely in my robot. So I removed the power base. Unfortunately, desoldering the power terminals from the EZB wasn't pretty - I'm not good at it. It destroyed the board. Luckily I have a second board and decided to keep the terminal, bend the male pin, shove a second pin in and attach a connector. No more 20A fuse but I power my servos separately anyway.
Now I want a speaker output and the ability to attach the EZB directly to a computer without WiFi lag. Its causing issues and not often available in Australia.