OK, so, I was thinking - which usually gets me in trouble. The Pyra is going to have all sorts of system emulators available for it - eventually. The Pyra is going to have the majority of the Pandora programs ported over to it - maybe quickly? There are a few things that will 'get in the way' of just being able to grab a Pandora PND file and run it on a Pyra. People are going to have saved games, a few programs that don't migrate quickly, etc. And the PND system did a few very neat things with how it handled removable media. So, here is the idea. Have a Pyra program that essentially plugs in the needed bits to allow it to run Pandora PND files. In theory this program would look/find the PND related folder structures on the most likely storage targets - so that it would recognize an SD card that was set up for the Pandora. I understand that there are different compile flags needed for an application to run native on the Pyra Vs Pandora. Ideally this emulator would provide on-the-fly translations (this is the hard part and what makes this an emulator). How difficult would it be to make? Would it be worth the effort?