Warning: The following questions may elicit cries of "n00b," but I suspect that at least a few others are wondering the same thing. With the Team Cyclops web site and forums down and no official response from TC, CycloDS Evolution owners (myself included) are wondering whether we should start researching alternatives to the CycloDS Evo or hold out hope. Now that we have the context, here are a few questions: 1a. Is it possible to take an existing firmware for a different flashcart (say, Wood 1.13) and port it to the CycloDS? If possible, is it likely? 1b. How old (and decrepit) is the iEdge firmware? If the iEdge is allegedly a clone of the CycloDS Evolution but is still maintained, would it be difficult to simply port the iEdge firmware to the CycloDS Evo? 2. Is there any way to directly contact Team Cyclops now that their web site and forums are down? For example, would it be possible to get a contact name from a reseller? Someone somewhere must have the name of a bank account tied to TC. If all else fails, follow the money. Even if we obtain the contact information and TC refuses to reply, we can at least know that we tried. 3. Team Cyclops posted no firmware source code before disappearing. Is it possible to reverse engineer the firmware for the CycloDS Evo using only publicly available files? I'm not suggesting or advocating such activity; I'm just asking because I'm sure the thought crossed at least one other person's mind. (I'm guessing the answer is a stern, "No.") 4. Has there been some official word from TC and I (and others) have just missed it? I'd feel a bit silly posting this having just overlooked an existing article or thread elsewhere on the internet, but I'd also feel silly not asking any questions. Chances are very good at least one of my questions is dumb. It's entirely possible all of them are. But I've used my CycloDS Evolution for a long while now, the DS lifecycle is (gradually) coming to an end, and I'm cheap. I don't want to shell out another $35 or even $15 for a new flashcart. If the questions are dumb, at least be as polite as possible when telling me they're dumb. I imagine question #1 (both parts) will inspire a few forum users to roll their eyes, but I'm completely unfamiliar with firmware code (and programming, for that matter), so I don't know how silly the question is or isn't. If nothing else, take pity on a poor soul that bought a great flashcart (at the time) and slowly watched as it faded into obscurity.