We all remember 3ds.guide. I'm sure many of the people reading this post even used it to hack their 3DSs. It is easily the most comprehensive, accessible, and, importantly, inexpensive method of hacking a console I have seen to date. I'm sure everyone has also noticed just how hard Nintendo has been fighting back this generation; homebrew is usually a pretty cat/mouse game, but it would seem that the widespread ability of hacking has kind of forced their hand in this regard. I kind of have an idea as to how to (at least attempt to) negate this... Whenever switch.guide (or equivalent) comes out, it should be put on a private, referral-based website that's put behind a verification page (e.g. user has a referral code attached to their username that acts as a temporary password, then once that screen has been cleared a user can go on to make their "guide" account with their own referral code to give to anyone that asks them, so on and so forth). This would still allow the guide to circulate freely, but would still keep it under the radar (well, for a period of time, at least) from Nintendo, as well as preventing it from becoming TOO widespread.