Hoo boy. I'm ready for some haters up in here. I have been thinking about this for a while, and I have a question for you guys, do we really need sighax? Now, I know everybody is all about dat 11.3 exploit, but isn't A9LH enough? The loading times aren't bad, and even if we do this, what's the real advantage? What's the full advantage of this over, say, Luma3DS's payload system. I know, alot of you guys want a firmware where you can make themes that look like android or something, but with the nintendo switch right around the corner, at this rate, we'll have SwitchHax or SwitchingBrowserHax or whatever the frick you wanna call it, before we receive SigHax. And the 3DS is not dead, guys, go onto nintendo's website. You can still buy a 3DS from the homepage. Now, if nintendo releases more games, more updates, more everything, our sighax will be patched by the first "New NEW BUY ME TODAY I WANT MONEY" 3DS. Then, we'll have the same problem. So honestly, how does the end-use benefit from this? Well, other than being able to have some cool modifications, they aren't. Unless we are able to write a firmware that can do really cool stuff, such as a new NTRCFW ran from boot, or a Luma3DS settings screen on the home menu (No installing CIAs or anything) I really think the only benefit is that when we go to hack our next console, we can sit around at parties, drink alot of beer, and talk about how we cracked the 3DS's signature checking system and was able to brick more than 300 3DS consoles because we screwed some firmware up. This sighax is REALLY dangerous from what I hear, and while it can be bruteforced, it might be as slow as Waithax, which trust me, was not fun waiting for. (Why was that thing slow anyways?) While I don't fully understand what is going on, and I'm a little tired, That's my opinion on the matters, Feel free to argue with me in the replies, I don't care. Thanks guys! DISCLAIMER: Even though I was quite critical here, I still believe that Sighax is cool, and might be cool to have. Thanks guys!