Just off the bat, I have had lots of experience burning, ripping, downloading, and rebuilding my collection of PS2 games. I have swap magic for both my fat and slim ps2. I know how to use usbextreme, and I know of the memory exploit and the entire modding scene for ps2. Here is my problem that my friend has. He downloaded a game where the original extension is .RAR. Upon extracting the .RAR file, he gets not an ISO, but the actual contents of the PS2 game. Here is a screenshot of the extracted files: http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh30/jimmy26_6_6/Screen03.jpg Now I know that PS2 game files have a specific order when laid out on the PS2 data disc. Is this really true? Also, if I only have the game files, is there a difference from putting it into an ISO file, compared to just burning the files as just data DVD? Please shed guidance. My friend no longer has the original .RAR file, but I wondered if we changed the extension from .RAR to .ISO would it burn fine and play fine with swap magic?