Well, I just got done playing through a nice sitting of Resistance, sat down at my desk and noticed my PSX to PC adapter laying there. For those who aren't good with names (they're some people out there), this is a USB device that connects to a USB port and allows you to plug into it a PSX or PS2 controller and use it as a joypad on a PC. Well, I plugged it into my PS3 and guess what? My PS2 and PS1 controllers both work with it. Now, I don't know if this has been noticed before, or if it's big news or anything, but it leads me to wonder if we can use something like this to play "incompatible" games such as Guitar Hero 1/2, DDR, etc. that don't use a conventional PS2 controller.