Hi guys, I'm ashamed to say so, but after a couple of days my modded Wii refused to play backups anymore. I thought I did a pretty good by installing my Wiikey via quicksolder, but apparently I was wrong. The chip refused to work after 3 days, and following people's advise here on gbatemp I reopened the Wii and checked the contacts. Everything seemed fine, there was only one point that wasn't quite as elegant as the others and I fixed it with the soldering iron, but my wii still refused to read backups. It was working with originals still fine. So I decided to remove the wiikey entirely, and perform a wire installation.......By doing that , I lifted 2 pads and now I'm unable to put the chip in there anymore. My wii still works fine, but there's no way I can fit a chip in there anymore. So naturally I thought on contacting this guy on Craigslist asking if he could fix my Wii, and he said it's fine as long as the drive spins he'll be able to fix it, and then he asked me how many pads did I lift, and when I told him two he said he was gonna be $130 to fix it, and I will provide the chip. What do you guys think ? Is it worth it, to fix my wii, or should I sell it to somebody who doesn't plan on modding it and get a new one and try the installation myself one more time ? Are there any other alternative to this guy on craigslist ? I think it's the best option because I can just take my wii to him tomorrow and get it done, while for other solutions I'll have to mail my wii to somebody else. PLEASE I need to decide very fast, I would really appreciate any suggestion, expecially if $130 USD seem to be a little too much for such a job. Thanks in advance.