If you use SNES4iPhone, those people are idiots. For downloading the ROMs you download from WITHIN the application and it installs for you. Under browse just hit search and it will take you to a ROM website list. You pick your ROM and install and it does it all for you. No torrents, no nothing but as if you were on a regular PC.
As for the controls, download iFile, navigate to Applications > SNES4iPhone > and delete the controller_fs0.png file. This won't cause any errors but will delete the screen overlays for the first skin. You can still pick another skin and see the overlay if you so desire.
Everything described above takes less than 1 minute to do.
Once you JB the iPad, go to Cydia and install SNES4iPhone. I think it's like 4 bucks or something. Then you download iFile (when I got it, it was free, I think they charge you now a couple bucks). You are looking for the ROMs from within the SNES4iPhone app. If you want, I can make a how to.
Actually I just realized that we can't talk about that in the iPad forum so I guess I can't make a how to.
Details of how to have some control of your *.ipa applications in iTunes. When you add Apps (*.ipa) to iTunes it creates a sub directory in /Music/iTunes of Mobile Applications and creates a library list. All your added Apps are put in this Mobile Applications sub directory. Because mainly of space reasons I move my Apps to a slave drive and delete them from the directory called Mobile Applications (I do not delete or mess about with the library list). When I add a new Apps I again move it to the slave drive and delete from the Mobile Applications directory. This it seems has two affects 1) iTunes cannot control the Apps so it cannot change your iPod/iPad Apps settings and I save space on my hard drive. I hope this spells it out better.
So you're saying if I delete the apps from there, it won't rearrange them anymore?
Maybe adding a new one will put that in the wrong place but the rest it should not touch.