Other than the 32 virtual drives alcohol will do, Blindwrite is the better bang for the buck. On the alcohol site they just had a big discussion about the benefits of alcohol which is quite expensive considering, 3 machines 3 copies of lets say alcohol 120%=$150.00 (US), in order to run alcohol legally on the 3 machines 3 licenses are required, and thats because alcohol is required on every machine that requires emulation. Blindwrite on the otherhand does not have the option of 32 virtual drives but does offer emulation of the current games for the price of 29.95 (US) but and this is a big point VSO offer's the autoplay, which is required to play the games being emulated on a machine where blindwrite is not installed, the cost of the autoplay is 0.00 (free).
The response from the alcohol team members will be use daemon tools it's free, "but why should you you payed for alcohol?" why should you have to use a third party tool.
Blindwrite recognized this and fixed it with autoplay which is free, no third party required.
also keep in mind that images take 400-800mbs of additional space, on top of the game install itself, some people can't afford all the space required to use images.
blindwrite and your copy of the cd you backed up with the autoplay installed on the other computer is all thats required, no 400-800mbs extra for the image.
just a few things so far.....