I'm working on a group project through school to make a home energy monitoring system, where an Arduino UNO with a 2.8 in touchscreen would be the controller, and it would communicate with a couple sensors via transceivers. The problem we're having right now is that the touchscreen takes up nearly every pin the UNO has, and covers the rest. This leaves no room for a transceiver. The only two options I can come up with is to use a breadboard as a junction point between the UNO and touchscreen and transceiver, or solder the transceiver connections to the back of the UNO. The former would greatly increase the size of the project, we really just want a small handheld device. The latter seems much cleaner and more practical, but seems tedious. Is there another option to our dilemma? I didn't think this would be an issue when I bought this touchscreen, unfortunately it is though. Please help.