Well, turns out my girlfriend is a huge Super Mario 2 nut. So, I dig out the old NES, and go hunting. Through local game stores and pawn shops, I manage to find Mario 2, Ninja Gaiden 2, and Chip and Dale. After having to dissamble the NES and clean the darn thing (NOT a fun process, very tedious), I get them working. So, off I go on a retro hunt. I pick up Final Fantasy from EBay, along with Castlevania 2. Good enough, I putter about for a couple of weeks, when I stop into a local video game store yesterday. I find METROID, Dragon Warrior, and River City Ransom!! Sweet. Retro Gaming is great, because for about 1/3 the price of a PS2 game, I picked up these three classics. Now if only the NES was less of a hassle. *L* I'm seriously considering modifying one so I could plug the cartridge straight into the connector on the board, much like the portable NES that's out there.