I finally got to play my copy of Rogue Leader that I have had now for a week. I played the 1st couple of missions and it is Star Wars. If you ever wanted to be in a Star Wars film, this is the closest you can get without actually being Ewan McGregor. I only played up to the Hoth mission and so far I am in awe. The Nebula mission is easily the greatest looking thing I have ever seen in a video game. The game moves very fast and I have yet to notice any hiccups in the frame rate. The controls are just like Rogue Squadron, so veterans of that game will be able to jump right into this. The controls do feel a bit more refined for this version. The targeting computer is a very cool feature and the cel shading used for it is very nice. I love the way you issue commands to your fellow Rebels. I don't have Pro-Logic II, but the game sounds phenomenal in regular Pro-Logic. Ties scream from behind you and there are some nice panning effect in the front soundstage. The music sounds very good and as usual, all of the authentic Star Wars sounds are there. You are going to be in for a treat when you get to hear this baby in Pro-Logic 2, Dan B. Halo was a system seller for the X-box, and I believe that this game and Luigi are both system sellers for the Cube. So far, I couldn't be happier with my new purchase. I can't wait to play Monkey Ball and Wave Race next. -Dean- ------------------ My HT Equipment "I've seen you and you are not cool."