I've been reading on the EZ4 and have ordered one (the lite model), but I'm not sure I understand one thing, and that is saved NDS games. The thing that throws me for a loop is the whole mention of the saves being stored in the EZ4 memory first, then being stored on the SD card when it is rebooted. Does this mean that I need to re-boot the DS before the save actually sticks? I'm just not sure what this is all about. I do understand that I need to make the .sav file myself and put it on the SD card. I'm assuming that this can be a 0byte file at first. Is that correct? In otherwords, I make a new "plaintext" file on my PC and rename it gamename.sav and move it over to the proper folder in the EZ4, correct? Edit: I just noticed that newest versions of the EZ4 client automatically make the .sav file, so I shouldn't need to do anything. Assuming that I have the creation of the .sav file understood, can someone shed some light on the whole "rebooting" issue? Is that something that I really will never notice or do I need to do something conciously in order to make my save game stick to the .sav file on the SD card? What about GBA games?