So, I just ordered this N-Card from DealExtreme, and I don't plan on going back on it now, but I feel like I need reassurance that it's a reasonable option for what I'm looking for. I'm not looking to play every game on this, quite the opposite, I'm not that heavy of a gamer. I've read the FAQ, I know the facts. I guess my main concern is that this technology is severely outdated, based on the way people here talk. Yeah, I know the cards that rely on the mini SDHC cards are superior, but as ignorant as it sounds, I hate tiny shit. By which, I mean I don't like having one actual game cartridge and one tiny SD card to deal with. I liked the simplicity angle of N-Cards, drag and drop, end of transaction. One thing I didn't get from the FAQ is how necessary is updating the firmware? If I'm not keeping up on anything, and plan on playing primarily launch titles, does it truly matter? What's the huge advantage to updating besides increased compatibility? Did I make a tragic mistake, albeit one I can live with and easily correct later? (DealExtreme is sold out of any of the mini SD solutions I would have considered, and I'm an impatient bastard, had to have something I could order now, regardless of the fact it will still take 12-17 days for delivery.) I guess I like the idea of breaking up my DS flash hardware and my GBA flash hardware. For the casual gamer, are these solutions OK? I'm not asking for opinions on superiority for shit I won't use, like music/movies, just strictly game play. Is the N-Card old hat? I didn't get the impression it was, but I haven't even had it in my hands yet, so I know zilch, as I base knowledge on real in-hand experience. Enlighten me, noble sirs!