To start off, I've setup a Configurable USB Loader on a few drives now, with a dual partition (FAT32/WBFS) format. Those drives work beautifully. Yesterday, I tried setting up a 120gig Western Digital Passport in this fashion, but that failed miserably, as I could never get the WBFS partition to register properly. After a lot of wasted time, I wrote this off to a problem with this particular enclosure, and opted to try a 100% FAT32 solution for once. Using FAT32 seems to work, though there are still some bugs.... ...like the Wii locking up rather than returning to the system menu when exiting a game with the Home button.... ...but my main concern is that attempting to boot SSBB (retail DVD9, of course), simply fails. The loader hangs just after "IOS Reload: Blocked", and never actually gets to "...Loading..." Other single layer games seem to work just fine, so far....still testing things.... Can anyone shed a little light on this? Or am I just SOL when trying to boot DVD9 from FAT32? If the cIOS are of any concern (I don't believe they are in this case, but I may be wrong), I've used both v16, and v15, so far.