This past week I've been reading on and off for 5 hours and I could not find the specific answers to the questions I have. I would rather pay someone to give me the information I need lol. I'll start with what I'm trying to do or what I know so far. I believe WBFS Manager 3 is able to copy wii games to the hdd faster than any other software, and I really like that, but it seems to only support wbfs drives and not fat32. It seems fat32 is more popular now, but from reading old guide it says WBFS would most likely be more stable, but I guess that notion is negligible, since after realizing that no one else mentions this. Ok, I'm going to explain what I want to do and PLEASE let me know if what I'm doing is too much work or if there is a better method. I was thinking of partitioning my 500gb drive into 3 parts. 1 wbfs, 1 fat32, 1 ntfs. WBFS would be for wii games, Fat32 would be for gamecube games, and NTFS would be for anything. I am aware that each file on fat32 must be below 4GB. Is what I'm doing stupid? should I just partition the drive to fat32 and ntfs? I think I have usb loader gx 2.0. My question are do I need to update to usb loader gx 3.0? Can usb loader gx 2.0 read wbfs and fat32 from the same physical hard drive? What is the most stable method for playing NGC backups, devolution, dios mios, or other? Do I need to uninstall usb loader gx 2.0 before installing 3.0 as a channel?