Well, I really want to play some GBA games, and my G6 Lite has been next to useless for almost a year now. It hasn't been able to hold a save since forever (I started using save states) and it rarely ever works when connecting it to USB. Since I have a DSTT now, I really want to try and get back into GBA again. I was just wondering if the eWin Expansion Pak has any pros over the EZFlash. It's close to being the end of being able to buy an eWin, so if there's anything it's got that I might prefer, now's the time to pounce. One big question I had was how they work - how do save games work? On the G6 Lite, save games were kind of stupidly held on the internal battery, to be actually written on the next start-up. It doesn't even do that anymore (Mother 3 gives me an actual in-game save error upon trying to save), so it's nearly useless. Do either of the expansion paks use a system like this? I don't want the cheap internal battery to die on me in a few months and proceed to make the whole cart useless until I learn to solder. How do these carts work? I know you start them via slot-1, so obviously ROMs and saves aren't held on the actual slot-2 cart, right? When I save a game while running it, is it instantly written to the slot-1 like the DSTT does? Can I safely shut my system off after I save? It was very frustrating having to soft-reset out on the G6 just save my game. Any info you can give me is appreciated, especially if you know the cheapest place to get the eWin, should it be the better option. I've also heard about a "3-in-1+", but everybody says it's incompatible with DSTT at the moment. Does that give any advantages if I'm just going to use it for GBA games only? I also wanted to know if the DSTTi works with these expansions when put into a DS Lite. I was thinking about getting one once I get my DSi and just giving my old DSTT away if DSTTi does everything DSTT does. Thanks.