They started as: Buy it and you’ll get free updates for a lifetime! At that time, you were getting a new version almost every month, those were the exciting times… then, after that, I got my CD-Key, then version 1.5 and no more news, for a … year! All that wait to hear that they a great surprise… on the Dreamcast!!! So basically, I bought the CD-key, got one update and the product died as far as the emulator was concerned on the PC!!! Thanks for the lifetime free update and screw you guys… (‘am goin’ home ;)) Technically… Gran Turismo in High Definition was sweet and everything, but the music was rarely in sync and the compatibility list was a joke next to VGS. Bleem was cool as long as it was the programmer and a few friends only, as soon as they got business men in and tried to get a business model (that failed) to get $$$ it sucked and the PC users got screwed when it was them who brought the rewards to the cool work Bleem! had accomplished in the first place. I ain’t gonna cry on their failure! They wanted big $$$ out of emulation!!! Emulators are software for people with a passion for the original product, and the will to help the emulator to get as good as possible. Turn into a big corporate thing to make lotsa cash… then don’t cry if end-users don’t support you anymore, and enjoy the fights against Sony! :d I could talk for hours about how disappointed I was by Bleem! Never from a technical point of view, I know it was a work in progress, but by the business oriented beast it turned into. Bleem was shit hot in 1998/99! Now Bleem! is dead, R.I.P. … NEXT!!!