Well, I guess my initial theory was inevitable. Just as I was about to be convinced that the g6 lite is a great replacement for my g6 3rd gens before, my card is corrupted. I started out trying animal crossing and thought it was too cutesy for my taste. Removed the game from the cart and proceed to play Castlevania.....after playing for about 30 minutes I wanted to switch to Ouendan to wake me up a bit. But in between I wanted a cigarette break so I shut the ds off. When I went back to play there were no games showing. I thought to myself crap....so I plugged the card into the reader and wala, nice bunch of ascii symbols for all files and names I couldn't read. The real bad part is I have lost a lot of saved games that I had for super mario, castlevania, and ouendan.....other things I don't really care much about anyways. This goes to teach 2 lessons, back up often and prepare for the worst. I will now contact realhotstuff to return the g6 lite since my m3 lite is on the way nehow. It was like my g6lite was crying for attention or something since it knew the m3 lite was coming. Maybe I'll get another supercard lite with the credit I can get or something.....this time black. =) I guess even after preaching all the safety procedures to treat the g6 lite, it can die out of nowhere.....definitely liked the build of my g6 3rd gen much better. You DO get what you paid for.