I had planned on testing with a breadboard at the next FTH test but then I decided that parts would probably jiggle loose. Michael and I discussed options and Michael found the Protoduino. For $13, it is a spectacular deal and very convenient. I started soldering the components to it tonight but this bit goes quite slow.
I've got the boost interrupt (rectifier and long blue wires), 5V voltage regulator, and reset switch in. I attached a 3 pin molex connector to the pressure transducer. I still have to put the servo connector, power connectors, data logger header, and 6V voltage regulator on. It'll be tight but everything will just fit.