So now that I've actually got a gaming PC worth a crap, I'd like to get emulators working on it. I've been dabbling with emulators here and there since the 90's, but just to play a game here and there. Now I'm trying to get the best-of-the-best emulators with complete romsets for every system I've been playing since I was a kid. I've seen the lists here about the best emulators on PC, but now with applications like RetroArch, are single-console emulators a thing of the past? What's everyone using nowadays? Ideally, I'd like to be able to control everything with my 360 controller (maybe even add the emulators as non-Steam game shortcuts in Steam), so some of these all-in-one emulators do sound appealing. I tried RetroArch though, and it looks hideous and is also lacking in features compared to standalone emulators. Is there a no-brainer go-to all-in-one emulator that everyone's using nowadays, or is it best to stick with the standalone emulators for each console?