With this HOT stuff almost ready to roll out from the oven, two videos for your viewing pleasure: Quick and dirty demonstration of what can be done with Kermit debugger core installed and active: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fx47jRF6fwU Auto launch HD Loader games from SONY browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OH58xQfDoU About Kermit: Kermit is being developed by Silverbull since 2006 and aims to deliver PC assisted real time debugging facilities similar to what is offered by the DTL-T10000 kit (Playstation 2 TOOL) but on a retail console. :-0 For those who know what it is: Kermit has partial DECI2 support and this feature is still being worked on. Expect more mesmerizing features to come. :thumbsup: All debug, disassembly, cheat-engine, memory dumping, PC communication features are achieved by the install of the resident kernel module called DBGCore which hooks/patches into the existing PS2 OS kernel. Kermit communicates with the PC through either full duplex EE-SIO (Mr.Brown's EE-SIO cable) or through iLINK (IEE 1394). With IEE 1394 Kermit makes a full EE memory dump in just 30 seconds. Another feature recently added is the Optical Drive EMulation (ODEM) which allow the user to boot an installed HDLoader game while having all DBGCore facilities enabled. The "Auto launch HD Loader games from SONY browser" video demonstrates how ODEM can be used to simply play games if the user is not interested on debugging anything. ODEM is currently the only HDLoader-like piece of software which is capable of playing HDD games on an SCPH-10000 console equipped with an PCMCIA Network Adapter + External HDD. KERMIT: Copyright 2006-2010 Silverbull @ Assembler Games forum Edit: Original post restored.