Hi people! I am a student of Electrical engineering (5th semester) and have a profound interest in HDL (ie. verilog) Programming. For my 5th semester project of Digital System Design i have designed and implemented a primitive microcontroller Hardware architecture from scratch having....... >All 2 byte instructions >128 byte ROM >63 different instructions including Jumps,call/return,push/pop ,CJNE, DJNZ etc(most of 8051 and PIC18f452) >ALU, ROM and Processor are seperate modules inside the main module "IC" >16 byte deep stack >8 byte of byte addressible RAM >1 byte of bit addressible RAM >Time shared architecture of busses >Machine cycle of 1 clock cycle >and many more This hardware architecture that i have thought of and implemented in Verilog with greatest level of detail was completed in just 2 weeks with little effort which made me eager to explore this HDL even more and pick even more challenging projects. so if you can guide me to some challenging project or want to know about this microcontroller implementation in verilog then please PM me or post to this thread. Furthermore does this project of mine has any more significance then just serving my academic purposes? If yes then what is the significance? and if no then in what direction should i spend my HDL programming skills such that I might get some recognition ( credited for doing something unique and useful )? NOTE: An image of the Instruction architecture has also been uploaded to give a vague idea of what I am saying.