I saw someone commenting on this sticky, http://gbatemp.net/t231412-solving-acekard-contact-issues, saying that the Acekard 2i has some build quality problems. Although in the newer thread, http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=302...p;#entry3787406, they question why people would buy an R4 instead of an Acekard. I am trying to decide which flashcart to get, so I wanted to ask you what you thought. Does the Acekard still have these problems? The most important things to me are getting the device with the least battery drain, and that won't have problems with game compatibility (isn't Wood R4 the best? I saw a game compatibility list saying that download play doesn't work with some games (NSMB, etc) and Acekards, but it might have been out of date), then also build quality and being certain that the software will be updated to be compatible with the few remaining games to be released for the DS (I'm certain AKAIO and Wood will have those updates), and finally EZ Flash 3in1 (or similar device, still haven't bought any and I don't know if I ever will anyway) compatibility and homebrew performance. Trying to discover which of those three flashcarts, the original R4, Acekard 2i or 2.1, is superior in those qualities. Feel free to make suggestions on another cart if I've missed it, but it seems like those three are the best? And price is a factor, so although I might someday get a DSTwo, for now I don't need it. Will be using a NDS Lite, and will probably never buy a 3DS or any other NDS, so the only appeal of non-Lite compatibility is possible re-sale value which I will probably never do.