So these days, Sony goes thru the trouble of squashing folks who make Playstation emulators. I have commented on this before, as has Zimran at winterspeak dot com from the stance that Sony 'doesn't get it.' The idea is that if Sony allowed emulators to be sold, the user base for the game system would grow, with out having to take a loss on the hardware due to sales of the emulation software. Bleem and Connectix are the two best examples of this emulation dance. Both of which Sony sued, and eventually squashed. Why? The answer begins to reveal MSFT's plans for the Xbox.