I've voiced my thoughts that Sega should re-release the DC as a download only console in other threads, but it got me thinking - I could actually do this to prove the concept. The emulators are out there and if the DC controllers can mapped to USB, they can easily be used on a modern PC. An Atom board should have more than enough power to emulate DC games, and mini-ITX should fit in a DC unit. My friend has a dead DC I'm going to offer to buy off him with one controller, and I've got an Atom board "spare" in the office for this so I'm gonna have a punt to see if I can remake the DC. To do: Get a DC (dead is fine) and controller (nearly there). Atom board (check) Power? (Need - pico psu? suggestions?) Knowledge of how to convert a DC controller to USB (need help with this - I can't find anything from google) Decision on OS and local storage for games. The popular emulators are for Windows, but the Windows interface looks not very console-esq, how could this be improved and customised? This is avoiding the potentially illegal "obtaining DC games" discussion, even though Sega aren't expressly selling DC games any more. Thoughts? Worth doing? Or just go buy an Xbox Arcade? :/ EDIT: On further thought - to some degree this has probably been done before, but google again hasn't rendered anything that interesting.