I've never taken a look inside or even played them but I've examined the units a bit. I don't mean that you guys have the stock N64s, I think that maybe "Lodgenet" does remotely, Lodgenet is afterall a inter-continental hotel entertainment provider :) Theres no way that theres a flash unit or anything inside one of those. Also there is no way that the machine is emulated (N64) which is what I originally suspected for SNES. I believe that once you buy the game you get switched over to a console playing that specific game. Instead of seeing a "Downloading..." screen you'll see a blank screen or waiting screen which after a while will switch to the game. ALSO there is the PAY (movie/game) selection button which you can switch to and from at any time. If the Lodgenet unit WAS playing the game, then perhaps it wouldn't like you switching to regular TV. Its simply not reasonable (economical) for the unit to download games, I'm positive it doesn't. Also the first time I encountered one of these Lodgenet machines was probably 6 years ago, well before the game industry opened their minds to emulation.