So I've read about the arm9loader hax before it was even a thing and now that it is I would like to ask a few questions to help me get a image of what the future of the hacking and homebrew scene is. I already searched and read a lot on the arm9loader hax threads here on the forum, github, etc. yet I didn't find answers to my questions. The first question would be if it adds any extremely needed functionality compared to the before *hax, I know already in which parts it is better (and how it behaves) but what I meant is how will this impact the development of homebrew or CFW, will there be any homebrew apps or specific CWF features that might surface in the future that will only be able to run on a arm9loader hax device (in other words if I decide to not switch away from menuhax in the future will I still be able to enjoy any and all features of CFW's and any and all future homebrew apps, I am asking since I don't actually know if it gives any benefits in term of accessing the hardware/kernel that can't be achieved on other *hax)? The second question is more of a give your opinion question: do you think that in the long run it will totally replace the other *hax in the CFW scene, in other words: do you think CFW's in the future will no longer have support for booting using menuhax/browserhax and those will become obsolete? The third question is once again a opinion question: Do you think it's worth switching from menuhax to arm9loader hax? For me it doesn't seem so because I don't care about the long booting times (and the only time my N3DS is actually powered off is when I take out the microSD card to add some things on it), the fact that it totally reboots after going in settings (have menuhax setup to auto-boot in CTR Boot Manager and that to auto-boot CakesFW in Emunand mode) or the fact that the 3D is broken after each boot (as I said my console is on most of the time and even when I do power off it takes only 1 second to close and open again the console to fix it) and I know there are a few more advantages but I mostly ignored them as those are the only things that I find a bit annoying (not even annoying actually but idk what other word to use) at the time (well also the few times when the CFW's fail to load but I'm not 100% sure if that's related to the *hax or the CFW I am using as menuhax loaded almost every time but the CFW's seem to have different boot rates, best being CakesFW which I think only failed once or twice, followed by ReiNAND and then by RXTools with clearly the lowest boot rate) but I would like to hear your opinion on it. Thank you for any answers and also other information or opinions related to where you think the future of 3DS hacking and homebrew is heading towards with arm9loader hax.