The Korean IODD 2531 version had much better reviews and firmware setup. For those who don't know, it's essentially a hardware optical disc drive emulator. It can boot from ISO files, VHD files, and floppy images, as well as being a standard USB 3.0/2.0 external harddrive. It's even Rufus compatible, and you just set the firmware to either FAT32 (Yuck?) or NTFS (Fuck yeah) when you set it up. This will definitely help me test MediCat much quicker during the development cycle. It's biggest selling points to me were that it supports ISO, VHD, and IMA, and it's almost half the price of a $99 ISOSTICK, which only does ISO images. I have a spare 240GB SSD I'm going to throw inside. (My SSD is practically weightless and empty inside) Once I receive the device, I'll do a formal GBATemp-style review for the product.