I too had been suckered in and bought a Rave MP2000 for about $175. Soon afterward the manufacturer, Sensory Science, went belly up. A driver had never been developed for XP, but while searching for one, I ran across a fellow who had a driver written by another concern for the Linux platform. Apparently, he took the code and ported it to XP in assembler. The program is not as glitzy as the original, nor as fully featured. The guy who wrote it said he encountered some sensitive timing issues addressing the port, and admittedly, I have had only intermittent success using it (and that may be caused because I have an MP2000 and the coder "thinks" this was written for the MP2100, but isn't sure). This is all fully explained in the text file that accompanies the module, along with the man'