Having owned a handful of cards over the past few years, I have been thinking about replacing my m3i Zero (currently my only DSi card) because, well, I don't like it much. I am wondering if there are any DSi cards that I might consider to be high quality? I remember my original R4DS (white, clicky SD slot), the quality was excellent, no chips sticking out, very robust build, not flimsy at all, booted quickly, loaded quickly etc. Is there anything that genuinely compares to those card that were made all those years ago? The current manufacturers seem to be trying to make the cheapest cards they can, take a look at the m3i or acekard2, those horrible external clips do a terrible job of holding the shell together, not to mention the chips sticking out, I remember when you could shoot a card straight out of the slot and have it travel a good six to ten inches through the air. So, that kinda turned more into a rant than a question, but... Are there any DSi cards without chips sticking out of them and with cases that are sturdy?