Hi, everyone. I've stumbled upon this community by searching google for a review of the Qoob Pro and knew I had to make an account. I've recently been wanting to mod my Gamecube, but I'm not sure with which chip. The Qoob seems to be sold out nearly everywhere and retails for $55. The xenoGC, however, is $15 and easily attainable. What is the difference, though? I can't really see a difference of $40 just because the Qoob can run multi-game discs and be updated..is there better game compatibility? Also, some more noob questions; - How easy is it to compile a multi-game disc? Is it even worth it(no case mod here so I'm using 1.46 GB mini-DVDs)? - Do any retail games go over 1.46GB? - Is there a recommended Gamecube model to get? Do certain revisions have better lasers or better luck with various burned media like with the Playstation 2? - Pot mod ..if I have a launch Gamecube am I going to have to tinker with it? What if I buy a new Gamecube? - Some emulators look crippled and I could only find 2 homebrew releases..are these things still being developed? - Do a lot of games have sound problems or other problems? I saw a couple were noted in the review of the Qoob chip, but is this just a rare freak occurance or does it happen often? - Is now the time to get a chip? There are some rare betas I am going to be getting my hands on of certain games and I'm tempted now more than ever to do this but the scene still seems a bit slower than I would like it to be. That sort of makes me want to step up now, though -- as it seems there won't be many more new chips from this point forward. With a chip in my Cube, will it be detected as a hack if I play online with PSO?