I noticed that when i visit github and other sources for homebrew, there is multiple downloads to choose from. Usually i just use the one with the label in green with "LATEST RELEASE" But there is other ones and such that i guess i don't use cause i figure is outdated. Then there is the ones called Nightly/Hourly not that i know why is called that but, they aren't always advertised and sometimes harder to find. As if is not to be used or not for public display. But i see they add more stuff to it than the "Latest release" I didn't know about. For example I didn't know luma had pin locks until i used a hourly instead of normal 5.5 and decrypt9wip says 2012/6/26 was lastes release but one released today has different font, more options and even a cart to cia converter. Usually after peforming the a9lh installation, i didn't bother trying to update any files i don't use often like the emunand9 or decypt9 and such, but I just was curious is there a reason is not listed as "Latest release" if it is released more recently? Users forget to update them on the pages archive? Should we not use them? I just need to know if there is a difference. Well guess i don't need uncart bin anymore. Not even sure i need emunand9 anymore either if Decrypt9 does everything they do and more. Are there any other payload tools worth updating i should know about?