Hi, 1st post so please be gentle!. I've an NTSC-U based Wii which we've had for a year and half / two years. This was obtained from China, and has fitted in it an Argon Clone modchip. The Wii has been updated to the 4.2 release of it's firmware, and has the Homebrew Channel installed. Whilst the Wii is NTSC-U, I am actually in the UK. Numerous times the kids have looked at PAL based games in highstreet stores such as Game, Gamestation etc but I can never be sure that they will actually work. Although the unit has a chip in it, I tend to find that some PAL games will just black screen on startup. Obviously by using something like Gecko (via HBC) I can sometimes get around these issues, but these aren't areas that I'm really that keen for the kids to go anywhere near for obvious reasons. One game that they have purchase - Jumper - I still have never managed to make work via Gecko. So now, I'm thinking about doing something more critical - my thoughts now are to 'convert' the Wii from US (NTSC) to UK (PAL). I'm assuming that this is all down to the firmware. I've looked around and found the application "Anyregion Changer", but noted some comments regarding this not working that well with the 4.2 platform. Can someone please advise how best to go about making this type of change, and the recommended tool/software app. Alternatively is there a better way of achieving what I'm after - which is effectively PAL compatibility I guess - but making it invisible to the user (ie the kids just need to put the disc into the wii). Obviously I understand that by changing the region I would also need to modify the chip in order to change it's region. Thanks Charlie.