On the PSP, when you were on a lower version firmware you could brick your psp by using a program that reflashes your PSP. However with the NDS, as far as I know, you must always short the SL1 point to flash the firmware... So how do brickers work on the NDS? Wouldn't people be a bit suspicious if they ran a program that asked them to short the SL1 slot? I'm a bit confused about this, can anyone please explain? Thanks.