I currently have an EZ-Flash IV that I bought back in 2011 and I love it. I just recently noticed that the new 2015 EZ-Flash is on the market and I'm a little confused on its specs. Here's what is listed on pretty much all the websites that sell it: EZ-Flash IV EZ4 Features: New EZ-Flash IV EZ4 MicroSD/SDHC version 256Mb PSRAM (32 Mbytes) 384Mb NorFLASH (48Mbytes) 32Mb Loader (4 Mbytes) 8Mb saver SRAM (1Mbyte) Supports 512Mb - 8GB Simple cart for all your GBA / GBA SP / NDS needs. Support 2GB-32GB microSD/SDHC memory Card Works with microSD. Supports both NDS (passcard required) and GBA ROMs. Works with slot1 flashcards and provide great GBA games support. Question 1: According to this, it looks like it has double the PSRAM space and 50% more NOR space. However, some of the posts I've read on this forum sound like there is no difference. Can someone please clear this up? Can the new version load larger ROMs? (32MB instead of 16MB) Question 2: I've looked around and seen mixed info on this, but is the loading time better with the new model compared to the old one when both are loaded with the same firmware? Question 3: According to several threads on this site and others, NDS mode functionality was removed from the new version, so that last bullet on the sales websites should be removed, or am I understanding that wrong? It will play GBA games on a DS, but not DS games no matter what, correct? Thank you in advance for your input.