I've got an extra SATA daughterboard for the PS2 network adapter; with this, you can replace the IDE connectors on the original Sony PS2 network adapter and use modern SATA drives instead. Installation is pretty straightforward if you've ever assembled a PC.

Why do I have an extra? Because I first bought one and was apparently lost in transit, with the trackign not being updated for more than a month. So I ordered another, and I thought that arrived a couple of weeks ago. Only that today I find this in the mail, and comparing addresses the one I received earlier was the first I ordered, while the one I received today is the second I ordered.

Photos upon request.

Asking for 20 delivered (shipping's from Switzerland).