Hey guys, I'm new to a9lh - right now I have a N3DS on OFW 9.2. I mostly use the community-made CFWs (CakesFW or ReiNAND as a fallback), but every once in a while I use my Gateway either for RAM hacks or to test ROM hacks that won't run on a Sky3DS). So my current setup is - I installed HomeMenuHax on the sysNAND with it set to auto-boot into the Homebrew Launcher unless I hold B. From there I either press A right away to load CakesFW or I scroll down to Gateway and launch that one. a9lh seems much faster (from trying it on my spare N3DS that I don't have any actual games on) and much more reliable - I was able to get AuReiNAND installed and it starts up in less than half the time, plus I never have it flake out like the HBL method. But the big downside is that I can't boot Gateway that way - my emuNAND is on 10.6 and even if I use Cubic Ninja to load the HBL, Gateway won't boot up from that. To be honest, I don't really care about the sysNAND at all - I even reformatted it on my spare and AuReiNAND loads up fine on 10.6. So I know you can use L or R to boot sysNAND, but I don't need or want that functionality at all. What I would rather have is a way to hold a button and launch Gateway. Would that require Gateway to make an a9lh-compatible loader? The only workaround I can think of is to use HomeMenuHax on the sysNAND again and then hold R at boot time..., but that's a lot more annoying and booting Gateway from HBL (just like any other CFW) seems to hang once in a while and require a hard shutdown and reboot anyway. What do you guys suggest? And is it possible to set AuReiNAND to NOT do the "updated sysNAND" boot options if I don't want them? I read somewhere about being able to make a text file with preferences but I haven't tried it.