I think I have this mostly figured out, but there's one part I still have trouble with:
Step 1: load a Casio sample set 3.5" floppy disk into the FZ's internal RAM.
Step 2: export that disk's contents as a .fzf file from the FZ's RAM to computer via MIDI cable?
Step 3: On computer convert the .fzf file to a .hde file using the HxC software
Step 4: Load the .hde file(s) from computer onto SD card
Step 5: Put this SD card into HxC floppy emulator (installed in FZ's drive bay in place of original FZ floppy drive) and load those .hde "disks" for use in FZ RAM.
Now here's the part I can't wrap my head around:
Let's say I get my hands on some "new" FZ sample sets on 3.5" diskettes, now that I've removed the original floppy drive from my FZ, how do I get the files from these new diskettes onto the computer in either .fzf or .hde format? Because surely not every single FZ sample set diskette in existence has already been converted to .fzf and shared somewhere online for easy download . . .
Cheers (like to think I'm thinking things through, or at least trying),