I'm wondering what everyone thinks of the plug-in system used by ePSXe, FPSE, AdriPSX, and PSEmu Pro emulators. It seems these emulators are the only programs that use a plug-in system. Every other emulator I've used for every other system (NES, SNES, Neo Geo, N64, Arcade) are all fully contained programs (some need BIOS) with their own code for the graphics and sound. I've also known these emulators to run very accurately and glitch-free(no black borders or tiles), even the N64 emulators, which are the only other emulators that use 3D acceleration. It seems almost all PSX emulators have followed the PSEmu Pro path, and I'm just wondering why. Of course I can see the benefits of such a system, is this the future of emulation?