Thank you very much for the kind words. I'm slowly beta testing everything right now and I have been able to play all the way to Chaos. I am actually updating the hack in stages. Originally, I had just replaced the individual tiles in the dungeons. After I reached what I thought was a point I really didn't know how to take it further, I started playing Final Fantasy ++ because I had read good things and I knew he had put in new music and new graphics as well. I was really blown away and inspired when I was playing that game. I felt that Grond did a lot of things right, but there were just a lot of places that I felt I would have gone in a different direction or tried to use different graphics. The hack is definitely a "work in progress" right now, but I really feel like I'm doing something different, special, and original with my version. I am however trying to stay as true to the original dungeon layouts as possible. Really I'm just making the Final Fantasy 1 that I wish I'd been able to play as a kid, and I'm loving it so far. I'm going to try to post pictures, but please, feel free to visit (and hopefully like) my Facebook page. That's the easiest place to find updates and also to look at resources for my game, sprites that I've created, and other different forms of Final Fantasy NES related sprites. I'm going to post some stuff from Final Fantasy IV and V too since those games most closely resemble the original (Although it would be interesting to do an NES game like FFVI now that I think about it). I hope that this project will be an asset to the Final Fantasy community and will be enjoyed by all. I've been very happy learning all that I have, and being able to do some amazing things with the NES hardware.