From the info I've been able to gather, the Brazilian method has a few advantages, such as installing to USB drives and being able to play online. However, one substantial disadvantage is the fact that the fake tickets being used for installation can not be removed, if you wish to uninstall a game. Doesn't this mean that you are leaving traces on your device, which may be picked up by Nintendo? Since the eShop has a list of tickets for titles which were purchased on the shop, they could theoretically compare them to the titles on the device (which can not be deleted) and detect the hack. Could Rednand be used solve this issue? (If I understand correctly, the tickets would get installed on Rednand and not Sysnand)? And does Loadiine also leave any detectable traces on the device?