I'm just glad someone understood it. I'm disappointed to. Especially as I think SwapMagic turns off the laser making it safer for swaping (the disc still spins slow though), cutting out having to wait for the PS3 to stop spinning on it's own. I also didn't know about the reader turning off, not until I had finished. As for batteries, I was thinking; You can buy Wii battery packs with USB charging stations. USB is 5 volts, but the batteries are 3 volts so (as the controller runs off 2x AA). So, perhaps we could use a USB or other known 5 volt supply to power a dismantled Wii battery charger, connected to the rechargeable battery that comes with it. This would allow us to power the motor with the needed 3 volts, but also, if the supply we use does turn off in PS2 mode (like the card reader), we would still have power. Just something to think about. Especially as I think you can pick up Wii charging kits for around £7 in the UK. I have a charger, but the battery is dead. Still, I think I might experiment with it.