Hola tempers! I was browsing PSX-Scene earlier and came across what I feel is one of the best things to happen to the scene in quite a while! Basically, a Cobra USB developer took the source code which was released recently and cleaned it up, and implemented it into Rogero 4.46 v1.00, but claims it should work on all basic 4.46 CFWs out there. This means we finally have PS2 ISO support without that little dongle, and even re-implemented the PS2emulator into the non-BC models so they have ISO support too . Once my new power cable comes in, I will be updating my PS3s to this to try it out. Deank was quick to provide an update to Multiman which works with this release too, and the developer provided plenty of other information to assist other CFW devs in implementing these files into their own releases. The full article is here: http://psx-scene.com/forums/content/cobra-7-00-released-implemented-into-rogero-4-46-v1-00-3894/ I am a little disappointing that my USB dongle won't be getting any more use, but I do not regret the recent (10 months ago) as the benefits it provided got plenty of use over that time. Now it can be laid to rest. Anyone else expect there to still be a group of people who will refuse to use these CFWs based off-of Cobra, much like the still-active 3.55 users who have refused to update to a 4.xx CFW?