I still have yet to receive a clear answer to the question: How will this work on newer Wii models and WiiU's? We already have Dios Mios for older Wii models. However, for newer Wii models without Gamecube support and WiiU's, Devolution is currently the most plausible method of running Gamecube games without the need of Gamecube controller ports. Wiimote support will come eventually to allow this but the most glaring issue then would be how to bring over the anti-piracy disc check without a disc drive. I've heard proposals to run the disc check on a compatible secondary Wii (which requires you to already have said Wii) and even your own PC (which will expose all sorts of security holes in the check). Therefore, I assume that either Devolution will have its anti-piracy check removed in the future or Devolution will simply not support future models of the Wii and WiiU, which would be such a shame, especially since I recall that it was one of the original goals of Devolution before its controversial mess. In any case, I find the situation quite interesting to watch.