I recently bought a 360 Arcade system to replace a Premium System I accidentally over... basically it blew up and it was my fault. Ultimately I bought an Arcade system and got lucky. LOT 736, Team FDOU with a BenQ drive... for the uninitiated or those who have active lives, this means its the most recent revision of the 360 with what could be 65nm components and HDMI to boot, so ultimately cheaper, cooler, quieter but less shiny. Shiny? My premium had a silver bezel. Considering that the old box is fair game I can remove the bezel and eject button, but can I add the eject button the Arcade without blowing the warranty? To be fair I could try and answer this myself but has anyone else tried? Xbox backward compatibility. This isn't something I am so fussed about, but having realised its something I can't get working it has now become even more important. When I insert an Xbox disk, Halo 2, I am told I can't play. I remember with my premium being prompted to download an update. This new system doesn't - it simply can't play. Drive error? Plays xbox 360 games fine, plays music cds fine and dvds fine. Perhaps the system needs a hard drive? I bought a 120 gig drive from Hong Kong (official and working 100% - just half the price) I manually downloaded the update and burnt it to a CD, I inserted the CD and it told me it needed to update the xbox to allow backward compatibility. I KNOW! The update seems to be complete, but still can't read the CD. Has anyone else with an Arcade system added a hard drive and then still found they can't play old games?