I hate to be "that guy" and post a question like this, but... I'm about to buy my first DS flashcard and am getting pretty overwhelmed by the choices. I've played with custom firmware on the PSP, and aside from the initial setup and occasional firmware updates, it's been pretty painless. Essentially copy/paste and play. I've come down to the CycloDS and the Acekard2i. In order, I'm most interested in: 1.) Compatibility. 2.) The lowest effort:enjoyment ratio possible (which relates to #1). I don't want to have to scour forums for obscure updates and patches; I just want to copy/paste and go, with the occasional official firmware update. That might not be possible, but I'd like an experience that limits the work I have to do as much as possible. 3.) Ideally, hardware/compatibility updates that are officially released by the card manufacturer. When DarkAlexx disappeared from the PSP firmware development, shit kind of hit the fan for awhile. Eventually, the well-appreciated programmers who update firmware and OS's are going to realize they're not getting paid for their work, or they'll find a more demanding job, or they'll have a kid, or whatever. I don't want my card to be useless when this happens. 4.) Price, of course. Note that this is the least important of my interests, though. What I don't care about: -Cheats. -Slow-mo. If those mean you can recommend me a different card, great! Thanks for your patience! PS: Forgot to mention, I just have a DSLite and have no intention of "upgrading," so I don't need DSi support.