@geraltitude said: . :-)hahaha. Mr. Data... ENGAGE!*cue theme song*Thanks for the well wishes. Just ordered Grandia online, will wait until I have some money and get Arcadia. Any thoughts about GameCube vs. Dreamcast for that game?I have owned both in the past and I would say that the GameCube version is a bit better, but not so much that it makes the Dreamcast version noticeably worse. Basically:GameCubeSlightly better graphics. (Mainly the hands of the characters.)Faster load times.Less random encounters with more xp to compensate.Extra storyline regarding the white-haired "Piastol".Doctor/Little girl added. (Has to do with collecting moonfish.)1 disc instead of the 2 that the DC version uses.Occasional slowdown in DC version is reduced.Includes all 3 DLC from the DC.24 new discoveries. (Earn extra money.)Wanted List of people to track down.DreamcastHigher quality music. (2 discs vs the 1 for the GameCube.)VGA compatible, which means it looks great on an HDTV if you have a DC VGA box/connector. Running in this mode makes it look noticeably better than the GameCube version. (480p VGA is much nicer than 480i composite or S-Video.)Exclusive Pinta's Quest VMU mini game is available.The VMU helps you find chams vs the GameCube displaying a warning in a corner.3 DLC available, but the servers are long gone, so you have to burn a homebrew CD, find them amongst all the save files, and then copy them to a DC VMU.I've probably forgotten some stuff, but that's about it.