I am getting in a new first generation PS3 soon (official firmware 3.55) and have been reading through many guides and have decided that I ultimately want to install "Rogero CEX-4.30 v2.05", but the guides say I need Multimann first to backup the NAND which apparently needs another CFM first. The guides all say I will need to have a USB hard drive for Multimann, but to be honest my budget will be tapped after this and my external hard drive is dedicated to my Wii. Since the PS3 will have over 500 GB available space on the internal hard drive couldn't I simply use the internal drive exclusively? Or do I absolutely need to use an external drive for some reason? (I don't mind putting the internal drive in a hard drive enclosure to connect it to the PC if that is the only issue.). I know I will eventually run out of space considering how large a single PS3 game can get up to so I would also like to know if I could eventually use both, or at a later time move games from the internal to external hard drive. (and on that point, how exactly do I handle games larger than 4 GB? For example, God of War III will take up 35 GB, most more than 8 GB) (I am planning on following this guide *snip* after looking at a few) Something else I am not clear about is if a CFW PS3 can stream PS1 games to a CFW PSP 2000, and if I would be able to load PS1, PS2, and PS3 games from the PS3 with CFW. And also if I could simply move my old PS1 backups onto the PS3 and expect them to work without digging through the attic and reripping everything and hope they aren't too badly scratched.