If this is in the wrong place then please move it to wherever it is supposed to be. This is my first post, so I don't quite have the ropes here yet >_> Anyway, I'm in the market for a homebrew device, but I'm looking to run certain games and I'm not entirely sure where I can find a list of what games work with what cards... I don't have the money to buy multiple cards (lack of money is only half of the reason I want one), so I need one that can take care of everything I need. I'm looking to run FF4 DS, Castlevania PoR, the Phoenix Wright games, Trauma Center 2 (plus a few others, but these are the main ones) and one other game which is the MAIN reason I'm getting one... Daigasso! Band Brothers DX Now, I already have the actual game, but see, there's a whole bunch of user-created songs for the game, and the only way to access it would be to use a homebrew device (as well as a save editor, but that as well as all of the songs are already on my computer, but without a way to swap out the save into the editor, which is why I need the device), and to do this I need a cart that is compatible with the game's 8 MB save file. HOWEVER There is also currently a tool that will allow me to take the songs already on my real cart, and dump the save onto my computer and then give my songs to the other members of the community, but the tool only currently works with a Slot-2 card. Now, a Slot-1 card seems the most logical overall, but I won't be able to use this tool... And, as I've heard (though it may not be true), slot 2 cards are generally not as good (or as easy to use, for a moron like me) as Slot 1 cards... I would like to contribute what I could, but I don't want to sacrifice efficiency, especially for all the other games I intend to run. So, what do you guys think I should do? Are there any cards that will work with all of these games? Are there any slot 2 devices that are just as good as slot 1 devices, that won't sacrifice efficiency? Also, where's the best place to get said card? Also, if it matters at all, I have a DS Phat, and I'm also considering some NES/SNES/GBA emulation, but its not a requirement.