Did you read my link? It kinda explains why it takes so long, or if at all, a release of a ps1 classic actually comes to fruition. Licencing laws are going to be different in various parts of the world, UK/EU and US have differing laws from each other just as the Asian regions do. Also the article explains that there's a certain level of standard that needs to be met in terms of QA and porting a title will obviously have it's defects and problems which can hinder or even halt the games release.
I'm not defending Sony but it's boring and annoying me hearing people ***** moan about Sony being this evil giant money making customer hating back stabbing corporation because they removed OtherOS when people were trying to use it as a backdoor into the system and then because they decided to sue everyone who did exploit the system, as if that's not what you would do if someone exploited your hardware.
Boycot Sony and their products if you feel that way but at the end of the day we (and I say "we" because 90% of the people on this forum will have a JB PS3) have exploited a products security.
Whether it's our property to exploit or not (and I'm one of those who believe that once you've bought it, then you can do what you want with it) the company who has produced that system needs to be seen as being proactive in fighting for that security and holding those responsible accountable for their actions, because Sony relies on other companys (read: Developers) to make money and keep that product successful, and if they can't keep the dev's trust in the product then they lose that success.
You feel like you've been screwed over by Sony... you screwed Sony over by JB your PS3.