Hi guys. I'm looking to install USB Loader GX and wanted to know from experienced users about pros and cons of full and partial NAND emulation? I'd like some sort of emulation to have more save files available. I understand the hassle of using your own controller if you want to play on another Wii with full emulation. Are there any other considerations, something else obvious? Basically, what would arguably be the best, full or partial emulation? I also saw a recommendation for putting the NAND on an SD card, or if not, on a separate partition on the USB. Any opinions on this from experienced users? I'm thinking that I would make good use of the SD card slot, such as to swap save files, for DLC contents, for additional homebrew apps, etc. I just want to know if it's really necessary to keep it for running the NAND. Also, would SDHC cards be a problem? I recall SDHC cards being a problem during the softmodding process. Finally, can anyone shed some light on the separate partition for the NAND recommendation? I was planning on two partitions on a 2TB HD, FAT32 for GX and the games/apps and NTFS (for videos, extra game storage, and just general use). Would it be better for three partition, maybe a small, ~5GB FAT32 for the NAND itself? Would it be okay to put the GX on that partition with the NAND? And should it be 1st or 2nd partition (since I remember some SNEEK versions needing the 1st partition of an external drive being FAT32, so wonder if this matters). Opinions and advice would be much appreciated.