Lali ho! Right, here's the deal. I finally got part of my tax rebate today and as such find myself in possession of a PSP Phat (I dislike the slim models). I want to flash it to run custom firmware (I assume I am allowed to speak of such things here, if not please direct me to someone in the know) but I seriously don't have a clue how to do it. Therefore please explain it to me, preferably in short words. Like you're talking to a five year old. So here are my questions: - The system is pretty out of date, currently running firmware 3.40. How do I install Custom Firmware from here, preferably without the whole Pandora battery/magic memory card thing because I tried reading up on it and it threw my head through a loop and crashing into the wall. I seriously don't get it. - I have a 1GB mem card, will that be sufficient for flashing the firmware? - I have Final Fantasy Dissidia on UMD, along with a few other games. In order to use them, I need to update the firmware settings on the system to 5.55 official. If I install the latest custom firmware, will that bypass this issue? Probably sounds stupid, I know. But like I said, I know literally fuck all about flashing a PSP. - I won't be able to download any PSP games for a while as this is my old man's laptop and he won't let me use torrent sites, etc. I can download smaller games like GBA and SNES games tho. Are there any decent SNES/GBA emulators for the PSP? Preferably ones that will play stuff like Zombies Ate My Neighbours, Starwing (unlikely due to the SuperFX chip, but still), Final Fantasy 6, etc. When the rest of my tax rebate shows up (£1300, WOOT) I'll be buying my own laptop and putting Final Fantasy 7 to 9 on there, but for now I must settle, methinks. - Are there any issues with CFW I need to be made aware of, aside from the obvious illegality of it all? Stuff that doesn't work, technical issues, etc? - Anyone know where I can get a decent size mem card at a reasonable price? Something big enough to fit FF7,8+9 on, so at least 8GB.