Howdy, It's been a long time since I posted here - much less started a discussion - but I find myself in a situation that *you* are probably best-suited to answer ;-) The short version of my 'problem' is this: I moved from Holland to London the other day to start work and had to leave my rather massive collection behind, selling some of it off to fund my move. As I couldn't be arsed to rent a van or drive across the Channel twice I barely managed to take my latter-day CRT telly and backwards compatible Euro PS3 with me, a bad choice, mayhap, but it doubles as a media center and at least it plays the few PS1 and PS2 games that I managed to bring. I'll probably bring over a Saturn and SNES later on, but given the cramped nature of my dwellings space is at a premium. So, enfin, I felt an inexorable urge to play the 16-bit Sonic games this morning. This is not new, but today I felt like acting upon this desire. However, always having had the luxury of original hardware close at hand I'm a bit at a loss. From what I can tell there are several options in my situation: - Get one of several PS2 Sonic compilations: cheapest, but no 60hz option apparently? Which one is best? - Get that big PS3 Megadrive compilation: no lock-on games, does it have 60hz? - Download the PSN re-issues of the original games: what are they like? - Buy a Megadrive + games locally: don't really feel like it, and stuck with PAL again unless I fork out for imports What would you recommend? I'm looking for something close to the Sonic Jam experience - just the "main" games, but in decent quality and in 60hz. I'm a bit miffed that only 350km away as the crow flies is an attic crammed full of systems that would most likely do a better job at this, including the original hardware, a region-modded GC, my Japanese Saturn and a TEST with the US version of Mega Collection.