The whole PSIO flash cart is turning into one big joke. At the end of 2018, there was a big update released which fixed (somewhat) XA audio, but people immediately reported major issues with it. Games like Final Fantasy VII and Resident Evil 2-3 play like crap, with random VRAM corruption or absurdly long load times/pauses. The PSIO devs kept promising fixes for about 8 months and then, finally, dropped a supposedly great firmware. Turned out their fixes did nothing to the major games. After that, there were quick updates, one after another, but things still weren't improving. In fact, the current firmware introduced horrible stuttering in some major games. Obviously, people started complaining. The reaction? Can you believe it? Since when deleting complaints from your customers is a good idea? I was watching the whole situation for a long time and hoped for the best, but after I saw this message on the PSIO official forums, I had an alarm light going off in my head. This seems like a horribly unprofessional way to hide criticism from potential buyers. To all people interested in this PS1 flash cart: monitor the situation closely and don't trust what the devs say.