If LordXernom isn't willing to, then who else could I ask? There are probably too many songs for LordXernom to handle, anyway. You seem to be going by the assumption that I'm only using ports from Sonic 3K and Sonic 3D Blast when I'm actually using songs from a pretty wide variety of Non-Sonic Genesis games. They take much more than running a program to convert and there are many variations to the sound driver that I need to port from but it's still relatively easier than converting a Midi. Also, that statement of about how relying on porting music gets you no where is false. The soundtrack to Metal Sonic Hyperdrive consists entirely of ported music and that soundtrack's fantastic. I've seen a ton of great MIDI ports but, considering that all the music in official Genesis games was made professionally, it's really no contest. I'm talking about music from games that aren't Sonic games. There are only a handful of hacks that use music ports from games other than Sonic games such as Metal Sonic Hyperdrive, Sonic 1 Megamix, Sonic and Tails Double Trouble, Sonic 3K Harder Bosses, Sonic and the Mystic Gems, and Sonic 2: Advanced Edit. However, the number of hacks with music made from MIDIs greatly outnumbers them. Also, because my hack uses Sonic 3's driver, I have no use for SMPSConv. I'm not going to add MIDI songs to make the game feel more like Sonic '06. In fact, I've been taking a ton of liberties because I want as much freedom in creating my hack as possible. I'm just incorporating a lot of ideas from Sonic '06 in to my hack which justifies the hack's name. The level names are the same so I can keep the same level events (such as the whale chase [not yet implemented]), concepts, and order. This was a pretty weak reason from me. Also, I've become skilled enough in music porting that I barely ever give up on porting a song for technical reasons. If I used songs from MIDI, I probably wouldn't have this problem anyway. The thing is, that song just doesn't really sound good without them. Also, I haven't learned how to add new DAC samples to Sonic 3's driver yet. I'm really happy that people are following my work like how I like to follow a ton of other hacks. You didn't sound too harsh because I could understand your points and where they came from, even if I don't agree with them.