What is WIT? wit (Wiimm ISO Tool) is part of the package WWT. Features: wit (and the whole WWT package) is available for Linux, Windows and Mac. Current sources are always in a SVN repository. It can handle ISO images in the 4 file formats PLAIN ISO, WDF, CISO and WBFS. Splitted files are used transparently. It can convert from each of the 4 formats into all other formats. Scrubbig and splitting on the fly. Renaming ID and title in the ISO header. Comparing ISO in raw and scrubbed mode. Renaming ISO files using WiiTDB titles. Dump the data structure inside ISO images. What are my plans? My plans are in this order:[*] wit should extract all or only selected files from ISO images to a destination directory. It should support output formats that other tools (like SNEEK) need.[*] wit should built ISO images from a file structure.[*] wit should merge an ISO image with extracted (and modified files) to a new ISO image.[*] wit should compare ISO images on file level and, if wanted, generate a (binary) patch file.[*] wit should patch ISO images with the previous generated patch file.Already realized wit can list all files of WII ISO files. wit can extract the files all or only selected files from ISO images to a destination directory. It support the sneek file layout. wit accept rules to filter files for all commands above. wit can compose an trucha signed ISO image from a file structure. wit can compare ISO images on file level. wit can decrypt and encrypt ISO images on the fly while copying. wit can verify ISO images (find bad dumps). It do it by calculating all check sums and comparing them with the stored hash values (H0..H4). Brain storming and feature request! And now I asked you for ideas? Inspire me! I need also references about file system layouts (e.g. for sneek). I know that there are some archives (collection of much small files). I need technical info about this too.