I decided to buy Swap Magic for use with my PS3 (since PS2 Classics won't support software, and Cobra USB requires it's own CFW to be functional even with multiMAN.) My console is first generation so I have no problems loading it, but... Although it works with my PSP in USB mode, when I load Open PS2 I don't see a game list. It has options to load from the internal hard drive, but in either case I can't find any directions on where to put the games. On my 4 TB hdd it just went to a black screen. I read here that it needs special formatting, but "USB Extreme" is screwy. I used the command prompt mode so I could select the drive letter to format. First it formatted to NTFS, then to FAT32. When it was done all my data was safe on the first partition, but the second partition it formatted listed it's free space as the size of the entire hard drive which meant that if I added any files to it they could potentially overwrite and corrupt files on the first partition. Oddly, in partition managers the second partition still showed it as 50 GB, but it didn't have a way to resize partitions. I decided to delete that partition, and create a new one. Still waiting for that to get done, and hoping it doesn't mess with my data on the first partition. Anyway, my question there is this: How exactly does that "USB Extreme" thing work? Is it supposed to allow files larger than 4 GB even though it is FAT32? Is there a way to make it work without giving it access to the space devoted to other partitions?