It now looks like there is a use for the BBA as a flaw has been found in PSO that lets people upload homebrew gamecube games to the system through the adapter. To use it youll need an RJ45 crossover cable, a PC with an ethernet port, a copy os PSO and the BBA. From there you spoof the DNS address of sega's servers on the PC. Using special software you can now upload games (max 2mb) to the GC. This is great news for people llegitimatley interested in making homebrew games and emulators for the GC. but is this the beggining of the end for the GC as far as piracy goes? Personally i think that this type of activity would help to promote the gamecube a bit more. The reason? well look at how the Jaguar hacking community has kept that system going long after its death, not to mention the amiga fanboys still doing crazy things. Ive got all of the gear i need to perform this experiment so ill keep you informed as to how it turns out. PS i hope that people do something useful with this instead of just using it as a means of piracy. Personally i'd like to see some emulators ported to the system. Radiant Silvergun anybody?