I have the best SNES emulator ever concieved. A SNES.
But seriously, if you have a PSP there's a fairly decent SNES emulator for it which I use for games that are ridiculously rare or expensive to the point where I can't acquire them for my real SNES.
Gotta give credit for the mighty Super Nintendo though. Some of the greatest games ever created, and you can hit it full force with a hammer and it'll still work without incident. I swear mine's danced in the blue flame, it is immortal. Had it for well over a decade and it's like new. Makes me smile knowing my dad paid a fortune for his PS3 and it breaks down constantly while I got my SNES cheap and it's been working fine all this time.