If anyone has ever softmodded a ps2, you know exactly what I am talking about. FreeMCBootConfig was a program on the PS2 that you were able to load up right before the ps2 fully booted up and you can change all the settings for the softmod there. Whether it be from simple things like the IP address, what all shows on the main menu or if you hold different buttons, what it would load at boot. Now FreeMCBootConfig would only load if you hold the "Select" Button on the PS2 controller as it boots up. If you didn't hold anything, it would boot into the softmod you installed on your PS2 and load the ps2's main menu with all it's modded glory. Now, I hope you can see what I am thinking here I think it would be possible to have this same idea. Where when you boot up the 3ds, it would load one boot.3dsx. If you don't hold any buttons, it would load say, rxTools.3dsx in a folder called apps, or something similar. If you hold down the select button for example, it would then load the 3DS's version of FreeMCBootConfig and you can change different settings, granted the only one I (and probably most people) will be interested in is to be able to change what buttons do what. Again, selecting an option with the button you want would then have a mini file explorer and you would navigate to the .3dsx you want. Say you want to have "Y" set as a certain application. Select the "Y" option and navigate it to the .3dsx file you would want it to be set as, say Smeal's homebrew launcher, or just the simple Playcoin Setter. One of the things I loved about FreeMCBoot was although it was really ugly, it loaded up fast because there weren't any images to load. But if people wanted, they could make their own themes. What are your thoughts? Anything you think is possible? I would start working on this, but I already know I am up above my head on this one. the most i've done was just simple homebrew, although I am willing to give this a shot.