I have noticed that the wii's stock parental guidance adjustments can be set to prevent the kids from updating or using shop channel, etc. but what about the little buggers being able to get into the home brew channel and causing havoc via the aps? If not ability to password a channel then what about ability to install it or move it way over a screen or two into the blank blocks where no one is bound to go? I think HBC would do well to have passwording for utility type tools or any aps we deem able to to do damage. Besides kids, I don't even really want mom messin around in there with stuff. Imagine the headache involved with a few careless clicks in Anytitle Deleter by a kid or mom of the house. Don't know about you guys but beating them is risky punishment these days..lol Since such might be down the road a bit the other thing I would like info on is how to get hands on channel wad for to run the mplayer outside HBC. Is done for Backup Loader, why not other cut and dry type aps within HBC?. Is that possable or no?