Hey everyone. I recently decided to break down and buy a Vita this Christmas. My reasoning being that I really want to play a couple of good ports on the system, and this includes indies such as Super Meat Boy or PS2 games I used to play as a kid such as Sly Cooper. My reasoning for posting is that even though I'm on the latest firmware, ePSP apparently still works and there's a nice PSP game that can be grabbed for ten bucks. I completely understand that ePSP basically runs in a PSP enviornment but more limited, so I'm not expecting SNES emulators to magically run better than what they did on a Go. What I'm more curious about is the PS1 playback. More specifically, the Crash Bandicoot games are not available here in North America on the Playstation Store, so as a result Americans are sadly out of luck if they wish to play these games. So you can probably guess my question, or questions rather: - How well do the American releases of Crash 1, 2, 3, Team Racing, and Bash run? The best I can find is a rather outdated list that claims that Crash Bandicoot 1 works in TN-V v10, but 2 was broken in v10. I forget the status on 3 and CTR was only tested with the European release. There's a new version of TN-V out, so I'm curious if that's any better. - Do PS1 games run at full speed? The sparse videos I've seen of TN-V running PS1 games seem to run fine and there are little to no audio issues, but I recall reading that TN-V apparently doesn't like every PS1 game Has this changed recently, or is it still the same? I might just pass on this if PS1 games have a good chance of not running at full speed, but I might be able to live with minor sound bugs. - If a new firmware update comes out, how easy is it to retain TN-V? I'd kind of like to stay connected to PSN just for the indies and I don't really care much about modding this. My biggest goal is to get the Crash games that are otherwise unavailable on the North American market. So if a new update comes out and I have to update to use PSN again, is there usually a nice way to get TN-V working again? Thank you for your time!