Like everyone else who has ordered a G6 lite, I had my doubts when the vendor sent me an email about the version being in Chinese; still, I was tired of waiting and decided to take my chances. After all, I had managed to play numerous import games throughout the years, always seemingly able to find a translation guide somewhere on the web. I got my G6 lite this week, and I couldn't be happier with the purchase. Everything works without fail. To clarify some of the questions I have seen asked numerous times in this forum: 1) Can the Chinese version be switched to English? Yes, if you want to downgrade. I've done so, and after seeing the English text, it would be extremely simple to now navigate the Chinese menu. After all, there are only a handful of options, most of which are obvious. The pull-down menus simply take you to the different modes. Press Y for the GBA mode, and everything there is in English with photos anyway. To run DS games, you simply touch them with the stylus. There are images there, too, along with the American names, considering they are US roms. Additionally, roms can be renamed when being added to the card through the software. 2) Does the card save automatically? So far, I haven't done anything special, and all my saves are there. Just like playing a commercial game. When I get tired of playing a game, I boot back out to the menu using all of my buttons and reload another. This has never affected any of my saves, DS or GBA. Nothing to worry about here; it takes care of everything for you if you stop overthinking it. 3) Is the Chinese version difficult to use? Far from it. It couldn't be simpler. Besides, everything you need to transfer games is on your PC, and everything in that software is English. If you know how to read and push a button, you're already a pro. Write, Read, Delete. How hard can that be?