1. I just got some composite video cables for my PSP. These are working great for PSone games but when playing PSP games or emulators only a tiny screen is displayed...I am sure you guys know what I am talking about. I was googling and seen their are expensive converter boxes that will fix the issue and display fullscreen but also saw some mention of a custom firmware method of scaling the output to display a larger image. Can someone point me to some info on how to do this? Does it work well? 2. I also saw at one point that I could hook up my PS3 controller through USB to play, but when looking for that info again now I am having trouble finding it (everytime I search I just find stuff on the PSP Go doing this through bluetooth). I bought a cable that will let me plug the regular PS3 USB cable in to my PSP and I should get it today....am I going to be able to get my PS3 controller to work? 3. I am having trouble ripping my NFL Gameday 99 PSone game because it has multiple tracks or something...it lets you play the music as CD audio I guess. I would like to play this on my PSP so what is the easiest way to rip the game? Should I just try to find an ISO download somewhere? 4. The last thing is regarding a dead pixel (mainly noticeable on black screens as a little white dot). I bought my PSP new a few weeks ago and installed custom firmware....will Sony fix it because of a dead pixel? Will the custom firmware be detectable and make them refuse to? Should I just take it back to the store and exchange it for a new one? I am pretty new to PSP but am really liking it so far. It is the best way I have found to play PSone backups, I have tons of issues trying to run emulation on my Win7 PC and only have gotten a couple of games to work while pretty much everything works on the PSP.