Heres something that's been bothering me. I've had a g6 lite for awhile, and I love it. I couldn't have asked for a better flashcart in my opinion. Well, I guess thats not totally true, it would have been nice if it were easier to change cases, but that leads to the main point of this post. My white G6-lite cover sucks. I can hardly get the damn screw out of the thing. and then even when I try my hardest to put the screw back in, it never works perfectly, and the cover jiggles around in it. Really annoying. I've had to use the black cover for awhile, and while it in no way suclks, especially since I'm gonna trade in my whitie for a blackie when they get released in a couple weeks, I still am pissed off I can't have that white one work like it should. It's probably because the black plastic is stronger that the white plastic. That and with the white Lite crack problems, it seems kinda fitting, huh? All dumb jokes aside, I've been thinking that I might be able to shove the G6 pcb into the white dust cover I have, and I KNOW people have talked about doing that before, combining one part G6 case and one part dust cover to make a flush cover for the PCB that is a different color, so this leads to my main two questions, and it would be amazing if anyone had any answers to let me in on . HEre they are in all their glory: 1. is there any backwoods hobo way to get the damn screw off the dust cover without a specialized drill bit? I've tried groups of staples, some randsom metal thingamajig, and a big screwdrive to try and brute force it counter-clockwise, but to no avail. Does ANYONE know a way to do this without buying the aforementioned drill bit? 2. does the pcb even fit inside the dust cover, possible mild sanding included? Aside from that, is it a sturdy answer to my problem, meaning that the pcb isnt gonna jiggle around inside there and possibly cause corruption problems in the future? ANY thoughts or answers to these questions would be of much value to me. Please by all means write back with anything that comes to mind even if it is completely off-topic because I'm sure I'll enjoy it anyway.