Hello, I am a volunteer at a local hospital in the pediatric ward and there we have a few Wii in the family/play rooms for the patients and their families to use. We have a large problem that our discs get lost/scratched very often since they all over the place. These are regular store-bought Wiis that were donated to us. I would like to know: What is the best (most simplistic/reliable) loader to use so that I could backup all the Wii games that the hospital owns so that the Wii could be turned on by anyone and load directly into the game selection screen, bypassing the home menu, etc? Is it possible to run this mod off an SD card entirely. eg. Use an SDHC card loaded with as many games as would fit (we don't have that many)? This way we could secure the SD card tray closed somehow and not have to worry about the costs and fragility/complexity of relying upon a USB hard drive. If this is not possible/feasible--could an inexpensive USB 3.0 (because they are faster) flash drive rather than a HDD be used? Can I modify the Wii's health and safety screen to a splash screen for the hospital? (e.g. List the internal support number, state that its the property of the hospital [deter theft], etc) Also, can I prevent access to the home menu entirely and put a passcode lock on it (to allow modification of settings as needed)? This would make it easier to use the Wii for everyone since no one would have to worry about kids messing with settings accidentally and so on... Essentially what I am trying to mimic is the way the Wiis donated to us by the Starlight foundation work. They are--from what I understand--a simple loader that runs about 8-or-so Wii games from an internal storage of some kind. I am not entirely sure since I have not had a chance to look much in that area. I apologize for the long thread and many questions, but I would appreciate guidance on how to best start this project so that I could complete it in the smallest amount of time.