So I have 3 PS3s. One "First of the Shelf" "Fat Boy," that by some miracle, still works, a CECHE01 that can't read PS2 or DVDs for some reason. . . I think the drive is burning out, and a slim, which I have CFW on. Don't ask me how I did that, I couldn't repeat the process back to you if I tried, but I did get webman(?) or something like that on it. The reason I put the CFW on the Slim, is if something went wrong, I could just get another for 5-10 bucks. So here is the thing I want to do. I have 78 PSX games 175 PS2 games, 141 PS3 games, and 57 PSP games. I want to put them all in a quick to copy, quick to play archive, since a 4tb hd is only $100 these days. Bonus if I can play them all on any PS4 (Or PS3) I'm looking to find out what the current best practice/process is for this. I understand if I have to have a CFW PS3/4 in order to do this, but I would be very pleased if I could just plug my HD into any free range Playstation. And there is not a chance in purgatory that I am going to 'rebuy' all these games on PSN or pay a monthly subscription for the privilege of playing them conveniently. I did this with my 82 Wii U/ 149 Wii games, which has been great, because the kids don't need to mess with the CDs. I was actually forced into this because my Wii U games started not working one day after a Nintendo Update changed the anti-pirate check on my Zelda Breath of the Wild, and wouldn't replace my $80 game disc with one that worked. I have seathing hatred for 'anti-pirate' retard measures, that make my purchased games break. So, if a brother could help out a long time collector of legitimate payed for products, it would be appreciated. Additional question I have. In dumping the games, is there a bunch of garbage data like the Wii U games that I have to go through a separate process to remove?