I was playing around with the swap trick last night, and I think I found an easier way to do it. The reason it's easier is that you have something to judge when to do the second swap, and I think it's not so imperitive that you get the timing just right. First, you start the system up with the burned game in, and do the first swap as normal. Then you let the normal game boot up. I thought that you would have to do it a different way if the normal game had more tracks than the burn, but upon further testing, you don't. And doing it the different way will cause you problems. Then, you hit the reset button. Now it starts booting from where the first swap would leave you. You have to swap to the burn as the sound is fading out. Not just as it starts to fade out, but just a little before it would be done fading out. Then you just let the burned game load. I can get this to work almost all the time, wheras I could only get the normal method to work when I would get lucky once every couple hours of trying.