Okay guys. This is an idea I've had since Nintendo's Spring SD Card Solution was announced. Here are the facts that will help justify why my I think my idea is good. Installed Virtual Console games can be copied to an SD card. Virtual Console games that are copied to an SD card can be accessed directly from the SD card. Any files saved onto the SD card can be copied to a computer. So here's the idea. You may have pieced it together by now, but I'll go ahead. If someone were to install a lot of WAD files (VC games) onto their Wiis, copy them to their SD card, then copy the launchable file to their computer, they can upload the installed file, you'd be able to just download the game, put it into your SD card and launch it with your Wii. When installed VC games are copied to an SD card, they are usually smaller than the WAD file. (NES games become a few dozen blocks) N64 games, however; are are nearly the same size both compressed into a WAD file, and installed. Why this might not work: Nintendo might be putting a pirating block on the Virtual console games, binding the VC games to your Wii. This might be removable with some type of patcher, or possibly changed to work on your Wii, rather than someone else's. Again, I remind you that this is just an idea I thought of. I may be jumping the gun a bit, but I think it's definitely worth a try. If this works, it'll be loads of fun having every N64 game right on your SD card. If you were to update to 4.0, you still have to consider the downfall of the update. You can no longer install WAD files, according to some of the 4.0 homebrew testers. Until (or if) a custom WAD installer is released, this will remain impossible. People have mentioned custom IOS's, but I'm not sure how any of that works. So if you were wondering why I never mentioned the IOS, this is why. I'm not knowledgeable enough on the subject to go into that.