I've gotten I little more curious about the 3ds homebrew scene(?) of late. More specifically the stance on piracy I guess. My boggle is thus... There are devs not making .cia versions of their homebrew (fantastic brews btw) citing that they don't support piracy. DownloadMii was the last one I looked at whose Dev said he wouldn't be bothered making a .cia version if possible because he didn't agree with piracy. Smealum used the Gateway exploit today for a region free patch for 9.4, but he used it without their permission, and didn't link to the exploit (as a common courtesy) in his Github citing piracy as the reason. Why are (some) 3ds devs so worried about what I do with my 3ds outside of homebrew? Not having DownloadMii is one thing, that's fine. But reading that if possible, it still won't happen because the dev doesn't like piracy seems like a gross generalization of Gateway owners. Personally, it's my business what I do with my 3ds and nobody else's, but I do enjoy the (few) homebrews I can install as .cias on my homescreen where they belong. Blargsnes is amazing, and it's become a main feature of my 3ds, perhaps one that it should have come with I love to use homebrew's more in this way without using the copy of Cubic Ninja I was required to pirate to run them. Can't we have a .3dsx/.cia dual standard? And maybe even a 'don't ask, don't tell' unwritten rule regarding views on piracy? (devs and end-users included). Not all Gateway/CFW users are pirates, some of just love the brews. Throw us a bone. ps. I didn't mean to single out the DownloadMii dev, he just happened to be the last dev I read that said this.