I was checking their site when I came across this review, which I though should help you guys decide whether or not to fetch this card. Since it's worth about a page, I'll just post the external link to the review: EZ-Flash V review This review settles a few things down, as till now there's no such a card that can truly claim 100% compatibility. Can the EZ-flash V achieve such a commitment? From the review I read, I can't tell. Maybe somebody who's ordered the card might tell us I've read the review & summarized the card's main strenghts & weaknesses Pros: -Does not necessarly need patching to play. -Card is supposed to work at full speed no matter what microSD chip you may use. -Works as a passme for slot-2 cards. (hold the R shoulder at boot then press L at the next menu. -EZ-Flash V is yet to support FAT based hombrew, as fatlib has just been released. -Side loading microSD: nobody knows you're using a flashcard from the look of it. + you're sure not to push /release the microSD by mistake & possibly lose it. (better safe than sorry). Cons:-Does not come with a microSD reader. -Not 100% compatible as EZ-flash team claims. (TH sk8tland slows down a bit in clean mode , maybe other untested games might suffer from other issues aswell. -Some patched (hybrid) games won't boot (ultimate spiderman, THDJ, Poke Dash) Notes: -The firmware is updatable in the same way as the G6 Lite does : copy the update to the card, then boot the DS while holding the R shoulder. You'll eventually be presented with 3 options: passme, update and entering the loader. -It looks like there are some issues with hybrid mode (some games would either freeze or not boot), while clean mode seems to be promising (some glitches & slowdowns) . -We can't judge homebrew compatibility yet, as the card has just been released. We should wait a bit until hombrewers include EZ-Flash V's flatlib into their apps/games. -For those who care, download play compatibility is unknown yet, as it's uncovered by this review.