I saw an ad for this game in Game Informer recently. It mentions that the Belmont family as "Beaumont." Is that what is in the instruction manual or box cover? It's odd to do a name change for something so fundamental.
An embarrassing mistake that, as far as I know, has only appeared in the ad. It's spelled correctly in-game and in its packaging.
I just unlocked Maria for the remake, as well as SOTN and the original Rondo. Regarding the original Rondo, I think it runs generally well. There are a few hiccups here and there, particularly on the sound front (it does go in and out at times, like when entering a new area and new BGM begins), but the emulation speed looks to be up to par. The PC-Engine music score is well compressed, and still sounds really good - though you can tell some of the sound effects have been slightly changed. Not necessarily for the worse, at least to me...... just different.
SOTN looks and sounds great, too. With the exception of one fairly long load-up at the start, the rest of the game runs just as speedy as the PSOne original. There are screen ratio options, but as with the original Rondo, I always choose the normal, small screen setting. I'm used to my games sharp in resolution, even if means a sacrifice in screen real estate.
And Maria is just as fun to play in the remake as the original. Hell, I'll never go back to stiff ol' Richter at this point. ;p