Hey everyone, I'm buying the new 3DS XL today. I've played all versions of the DS at one time or another but never owned one, I always had a PSP and was big into custom firmware for that. I would say I have an intermediate understanding of the concept of console/portable hacking. I read a few of the stickies, I particularly enjoyed "Some hacking concepts and links" I've never seen an article so huge and informative. I'm debating whether or not to just buy a couple of 3DS games and be patient to buy a cartridge that I can load all of my NDS/GBA/GBC/SNES/NES games on to. Considering Sony's style of updating the hardware and firmware every time they released a new or slightly updated version of the PSP, I would assume that Nintendo would follow a similar style by releasing the 3DS XL with updated hardware and firmware to prevent homebrew/hacking. Was that the case with the DS XL? Do you think that will be the case with the 3DS XL? If so then, will we have to wait for an updated cartridge? Also, from what I've read so far, it sounds like I could just create my own card for rom storage/usage by using an SD card and a GBA cartridge that I don't care about. Is that true? Thank you in advance.