I was doing a little reaserch on this subgect and now am very interested, and it seems will have to buy another device. At first I thought that NDS is a good console for emulation but now I discoverd that there are devices that are specifacaly MADE for this stuff, and that there is a HUGE community that supports it, which is very cool. So more specifically I found two devices that sound interesting: 1. GCW-ZERO(which Foxi4 sugested)-Which seems like a very cool thing. It's an open source gaming device that plays everything exept PS1(It tehnically plays PS1 but not very good(yet) as I understand) and N64, and has a TV and HDMI output, and Joystick support. 2. JDX-I don't quite get what it is yet but it looks like it's more powerfull and has better emulation support including PS1 and N64, even PSP. The impresion I have is that JDX seems like a better choice but I still lean towards GCW. Even tho JDX is more powerfull and has more emulation(Which is kinda important in a "Retro gaming device"), and other stuff...it also looks like it has more bullshit. What I want is a dedicated quality gaming device that runs games from past generation consoles and GCW looks exactly like that but JDX looks exactly like a thing that... would make me want to play GCW...I dont know... I would really like to hear what you guys think.