If you're worried about flashing the DS Lite, fear not. It's incredibly easy with the following setup. There's literally a 0% chance of screwing it up. Get a piece of paper and cut it so it's small enough to fit in the SR1 hole but wide enough to cover most of it up. Then just take your flashing tool, in my case it was a rusty old nail with tin foil and tape. The tape is such a pain in the ass to stick to the nail + foil so I basically forced it to stick together and then wrap it around the nail. It's not pretty, but it worked well. I cut off any excess if it was too fat, which it was. With this, run the flashme.bin/flashme.nds and get it at 0%. Turn the DS over, or stand it on the side like I did and wiggle the tool around. There is a sweet spot in there and it'll make the % climb in about 10 seconds. Since I had a replacement plan on my DS, I didn't care if it bricked. I forced the nailfoil in there and wiggled it around until the spot was found. Due to the paper on the side, the nail never made contact with VR1. If there is anyone out there that is worried about flashing or does it for a living, this is definitely the way to go. Another way would be to use a coffee straw, but I have none. The paper was the perfect insulator and made this a painless job. Now I don't need my Super Key anymore and my battery life will go up dramatically. If you haven't flashed your DS Lite yet because you are nervous or scared, try this. It's basically guaranteed success, unless the paper falls out. PS: With the paper, it's wise to bend the top portion of it towards the power switch/stylus holder. This will balance the paper so it does fall to the other side or move around. Once the tool is inside, it really doesn't matter. For ultra added security you can fold your paper into a Z type shape, where the bottom part of the paper will cover some of the SR1 contuctive metal. This will cause your tool to rest on it and hold it in place, but it will also allow the tool to make contact with both sides as long as the bottom part of the Z (That's ZEEE you Brits ) isn't too long. Enjoy and share your experiences/ideas.