I have now soldered the screen directly to the raspberry pi zero. The screen powers on fine via a separate usb mains to the pi. I’ve setup the retropie software on my new image with the display and seems to work fine(its abit hard to read the small writing).
I have left the screen on for a while on the main menu to see if the screen has any form of image burn after being left on for a while. It doesnt seem get any form of image burn.
The next step is to get everything working off my battery.
Ive ordered a new shell, should be with me soon.