Correct me if I'm wrong but, I think today's high-end PCs can do PS2 emulation now. I mean, we got a 2GHz Pentium/Athlon out on the horizon right? That's gotta be enough power to emulate the PS2. We already have the GF3. From what I've heard, the GF3's has the same technology used in X-Box's graphics card and the X-Box IS more powerful than the PS2 (right?) . Anyways, Connectix certainly proved you don't need a really equipped rig to run/emulate PSX games (VGS only needed at least a Pentium2 and 32MB RAM and a good enough 2D video card), unless you want enhanced graphics of course, we have ePSXe but we need a [email protected] powerful processor+video card to run most games at decent and consistent speed.