im trying to set up a ps2 as a kind of rom library. i have a few valuable ps1 games (ff7 black case, lunar 1&2) and an extensive nes snes collection. i want to purchase and set up a ps2 so that i wont have to plug in my snes just to play mario kart when my cousin comes over (the only time n the past 5 years ive used it...). i know that esr and fmcb are by far the easiest way of doing the emulators and ps2 games but id love to just box up my ps1 games as well... im a little paranoid about frying my laser with a chip. id like to b able to spend some effort making this and then b able to trust that it will work. ive done a little research and i think a dms4 pro will do this nicely. the small storage capacity will allow me to download emus and roms directly to the chip. box up my old games (50-60 nes snes game alone) and use backups of my rare ps1 games. i could even just stack up the backups!!!!!! imagine the space!!!!!!! so here's the question. is this feasible? is there another chip that would work better or b safer on my laser? is there any other form of precauton i could take to ensure a long system life?