I sent you some files.
I use BeePod. I put it together using the previous hacks and some new stuff. The shell is from a BE300 OE named Bee. I wanted to keep as much out of the IFC folder as possible to free up the maximum amount of ram. I named the disk CeFiles (7 characters like Windows) so that I could hex edit the path in some exe's (it is easy replace \Windows in an exe with \CeFiles). CeFiles = storage, Windows = ram. I don't like using ram for storage, better to keep it for running programs.
After a hard reset, BeePod needs it's registry loaded to get a full start menu. That makes it harder for new users but the shortcut to Filestor is hardcoded onto the startmenu. Filestor is a file explorer. You can browse to Tascal regedit and load the registry. You don't need to hard reset an ePod often.