Let me tell it to you this way, Mike: The G6 Lite is for n00bs that don't want to hurt their heads too much. Seriously, if you want a product that functions with a simplistic nature, the G6 Lite is your best bet. It is much more straight-forward to use than the other cards. You plug the G6 into the burner and patch roms onto it. If you just want to play NDS and GBA games, get the G6, because that's what it's best at doing. If you want to get more out of your DS Lite than just gaming, like me, then get the M3 Lite. M3 and G6 homebrew are virtually the same, but the M3 has removable media and that gives it a huge plus over the G6 Lite. While you can play mp3's and watch movies on your G6, it will eat up virtually all of your memory if you do it extensivly. It's much harger to fill up a 1 to 2 gig card versus a 512 stick. My G6 Lite became corrupted and the internal memory died. I have an M3 Lite now. The M3 is much faster than the G6 when it comes to loading, and it feels much more professional. Naturally, the M3 Lite is more complicated at first, but not that much. You do need more materials in order to get it up off the ground: M3 Lite $70 Passcard 3rd Gen $20 Micro SD $34.99 Micro SD Card Reader $9.99 versus G6 Lite w/ USB Burner $70-80 Passcard 3rd Gen $20 It seems like a tough choice, but it's really not that hard: Get an M3 Lite. It will pay off in the long run when more 512mbit games are made, its removable storage allows you to get more multimedia functionality, and if the card reader or Micro SD dies, you're not shit out of luck like with the G6, card readers are inexpensive and if you purchase your memory from the right place you can easily get free replacements through the companies warranty, versus having to ship back a G6 Lite that got fucked up. Don't even bother with a Supercard.