True, true. I am now planning to turn my Xbox SE into a media center in a HTPC case. Well, not until I get the 360 of course! Oh, knocking on my door.....a delivery of new Xbox games! Time to go. -maestro
that would be awesome - i know the controllers are compatible with each other with just a bit of cable splicing, so you could just have 4 usb ports up in the front that go to each machine. Man, I would love to see that, and I'd attempt it myself but for the lack of both and xbox and a ps2 - maybe when the 360 comes out someone will want to donate their old piece to me ...
__________________ 15" MBP late 2008
the only reason i got the Xbox is my cousin. came to me to mod two of his xboxs, the kid has four of them. said to me, "jeff, you mod these xboxs and i'll buy you one for yourself." who could refuse that kind of offer :woohoo:
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