<a href="http://var.projectnanako.com/junk/scc.zip" target="_blank">http://var.projectnanako.com/junk/scc.zip</a> This is essentially Puto's IDA export, ran through a Python script I wrote to: - convert all IDA's CP437 characters to 7-bit ASCII - remove all IDA's useless and ugly comments (e.g. placing characters after every byte constant, putting cross-references everywhere) and format the code nicely - extract all blocks of data that are 256 bytes or more into .bin files In addition, I wrote a second script to extract all the data from S3 as according to Nemesis' address listing, and this data is now incbin'd with automatically generated labels (admittedly not very good labels, but I wasn't going to sit there and name all 924 of them manually). And it comes with ASM68K and a build script. It should generate a byte-for-byte identical ROM. I was going to make it use AS, but AS kept complaining at me - when it decided not to compile legitimate lea(pc,dn) instructions I gave up with that. I hope this is useful to anyone starting a new S3K hack. If anyone wants the Python scripts I'll post them on request.