Once upon a time, I bought an EZFlash 3-in-1. About seven or eight months later, it stopped holding save files. I figured that the little CR1220 battery that keeps the SRAM running must have died, so I tried to replace it and broke my EZ3-in-1 in the process (those wires connecting the rumble motor to the board are surprisingly brittle), so I just got rid of it. (First person to tell me to "recharge the 3-in-1's battery" gets hit. The 3-in-1 never had a rechargeable battery. Yours doesn't either: open it and see. It's marked CR1220, not ML1220, and has a yellow ring instead of a purple one.) Anyway, I decided to just get a new one, and I did and it worked great for about six months until it stopped holding saves, too. I just soldered a new battery on, but I must have botched it because it's still not holding saves. Or perhaps something else broke. (I've no idea what, though: the PSRAM and rumble and NORFlash all work fine). Is there a GBA flash card that has a socketed battery rather than one that's soldered on? Or maybe one that uses Flash instead of SRAM to hold saves? I don't even care if it sticks out from the Lite anymore, really. I just want something that won't die after a year.