http://www.lizardlick.com/Toodles-Cthulhu-for-PCPS3_p_543.html PS3 Only Cthulhu$ 30
I’d say it’s more involved because if you go the non-Kitty dualmod route, you’re going to have to solder every point from the main PCB to the Cthulhu/ChImp/Kitty boards.
Some distinctions between these boards:
Cthulhu - provides PS3/PC functionality only
MC Cthulhu - provides PS3/PC functionality in addition to other multiple console functionality
ChImp - provides PS3/PC functionality only and a switch for dualmods so you can select which console will be used (these now autodetect as well) - this basically eliminates the need for a DPDT switch
Kitty - provides PS3/PC functionality in addition to other multiple console functionality. Bunch of other features as well
All of these boards are made and designed by Toodles, SRK Tech Talk’s resident expert and in my opinion, dualmodding gawdddd
If you have a TE, the Kitty is by far the easiest solution, and also has a slew of other options in case you decide you want to start using your stick on other consoles. There’s little to no soldering involved (depending on how you do it), is the most painless (soldering to me is a pain, especially to such little points - you also don’t have to worry about finding a spot to drill holes and mount the board in), and is expandable. It’s also at Lizard Lick, priced at $50.
I’ve used and installed most of these boards (all save MC Cthulhu) in TE sticks and the Kitty is definitely the most hassle-free and feature rich of them all.
There are so many more details involved, but if you are absolutely deadset on just PS3/360 and don’t mind the work involved, you ought to get the ChImp. If you want to learn a lot more, check out the Cthulhu thread which deals with a lot of these boards.