*Complete* is not really the correct word for it. While trying to set up the four pins with screw terminals on my high power project board, my buddy and I managed to completely ruin B.6 and B.7. After throwing around a lot of ideas, we can only imagine throwing a 330 ohm resister array chip in where the L293 is and connecting a bunch of servos up to it to make it a walker... maybe. It depends if the board is set up in a way where that is really feasible. The other option being to buy ANOTHER high power 18m2 project board and move the chips over to it, but I don't like that idea. If feel like the best idea would be to cut our losses and get ourselves a 28x like the start here robot, since it is so well represented in all of the projects here.
This robot may seem overly simple to most of the people on this site, but my friend and I have absolutely no experience with electronics or computer programming. We are having a few problems getting enough juice out of the cheap little motors I got at Radio Shack, but we are going to try using bigger motors and adding capacitors to cut down on noise.