That's not such a good idea.
The content of Super Search (the page) is pretty huge.
If we put it in a nodelet, it would be by far the largest nodelet around.
Nodelets are supposed to be small.
Besides, Super Search is never more than a single mouse click away.
Looking at it from another angle, there's nothing in the content of Super Search
(the page) that requires special handling on the server side; it's just a generic
form. That means you could easily make your own "mini-SuperSearch" form in your
Free Nodelet, with just the fields you want.
See below for an example.
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