Ok, as most of us know, the reason for trying to crack an encryption key is because someone wants to know the information on the other end. Well, with wii's, the common key (i think, correct me if I'm wrong) is what encrypts the directory structure for the file system of the wii's internal flash memory. The data of each file is encrypted with the per console key. Well, Being for many common files like EULA, and I'm sure many more, we can know what the end result of the unencrypted should look like. And we know hoe to pull out a file from a wii nand even if we dont have the per console keys, we can at least extract the encrypted file. So with that we have the unencrypted version, and then also and encrypted version then it should be easier to attack this algorithm from both sides. I know I'm probably not explaining my exact thoughts the way I want to, but hopefully a few of the smarter people around here can key in and say what the chance might be to do this. Please give any and all input you might have without flaming.