I just recently bought a DVD-R drive for my PC and I own a copy of WWE Smackdown: Here Comes the Pain for my PS2. What I'm looking to do for anyone that owns this game is to make a copy of the game, but replace the "Original" entrance musics in the game's CAW mode with music of my own (music of wrestlers not in the game for the wrestlers I've created). What I'd like to know basically is if this is possible and if so how would I go about doing it? I pretty much know how to burn a DVD-R, just need to know which files in the DVD-ROM directory are the game's music files, how I can open them, and how to replace them. I also have read something about 2.0 GB being the limit that can be burned at one time, but is there a way around this because the DVD for this game is over 4.0 GB in size. Lastly I do know I'm going to have to probably buy a mod chip for my PS2. If I'm reading the FAQ at this site correctly my PS2 is a V1 (as the serial number starts with 'U1'). So basically what I need to know is from your experience what ist he best mod chip to go with for my version? Lastly? Is all this pointless because I've read that some PS2 versions won't read DVD-R's regardless of if you have a mod chip or not. Thanks for any help that anyone can give me.