Now that I have a Pandora, I made a PND of Yabause (Saturn emulator). As expected, it is rather slow. Some games are playable if you overclock and don't mind using frameskip. PND is here: http://hotfile.com/dl/124843269/071b2b7/yabause-r2657.pnd.html Source code is here: http://yabause.svn.sf.net/viewvc/yabause/branches/yabause-dynarec/ Under the Yabause menu, select Preferences. Under bios, select your bios file. Under cdrom, select ISO or CUE file, then the filename of game you want to play. You can optionally select a directory for save states, if you want to use this feature. Save states are a bit buggy. Under Video, select "Software video interface" and "Enable frame skipping/limiting". I recommend window mode, as fullscreen is rather slow. Under Sound, select "SDL Sound Interface". Under Cart/Memory, you must enter a filename under 'Memory' if you want normal saves to work without using savestates. Under Input, set up your keyboard/buttons however you want. Under Advanced, for SH2 Interpreter select dynamic recompiler. You can select the audio sync option if you want, depending on which setting you find least annoying. There is a second executable in the PND, called "yabause-underclocked". This emulates the SH2 CPU at 14MHz instead of 28MHz. This will cause some games to run slow or out of sync, but may reduce the frameskip.