In the "Finalizing setup" section what exactly is the purpose of DSP1? Not to mention the other cias it instructs people to run (although I know what they are for) .... Why is it instructing people to install and run homebrew cias to begin with? With the recent ban wave I thought the goal was to NOT use any homebrew cias, as it was one of the main "probable" causes of ban. Following the tutorial to the "t" also causes homebrew to show up in the activity log... Which I thought people are also trying to keep free of those entries by using 3dsx w/ Rosalina - instead of cias. The only downside to 3dsx as far as I can tell are is that not all apps have a 3dsx version, and those that do... certain functions won't work as it requires kernel access. Such as Luma updater not being able to update Luma on ctrnand & certain features of ciangel being unavailable. Regardless. Imo, the guide should be written to avoid as much a chance for ban as possible. With the cia installations marked as optional & possibly dangerous to trigger a ban. Just my thoughts.