Hi Link. Thank you very much! It's really nice to receive kind words and thoughts from people who are actively in the scene. Great work with your projects as well, especially the region free bios! First off, your thought is correct. I only require the Maple Bus, so a dongle is possible (and much easier to produce). But you will end up with the original controller with all of its cable running to the dongle (which will have to be somewhat larger than the base unit in order to fit all of the circuitry). So, maybe it will be a bit 'ugly' design. Furthermore, at the moment only the controller would work. I haven't added support for any other peripheral. But it is something that can be done in the future. The answer to this is no. Bluetooth may be the 'medium' but you would also need a way to emulate the base unit's firmware into the PC. Like a driver. Also, DualShock's could be supported without loosing the VMU or Jumper Pack support! Finally, truth is that at the moment I'm working on a re-design of the DreamConn in order to make it better. I was considering to switch to a bi-color LED (green indicates power-on and normal battery level, red indicates power-on but low battery). Also, changing the power switch to be a black push-button (haven't decided its position yet) and the micro-usb to a standard 3.5mm power jack at the bottom of the controller.