First of all, all my games on on a WBFS drive right now. Is there a relatively easy way to get that all on FAT32 in such a way that if I wanted I could put them back on a WBFS drive? Even if not what is the best way to get my 200+ games in FAT32 version? If I really shuffle things around I can make a new WBFS drive as temporary holding, then reformat my Wii drive to FAT32 before transferring the games over... I'm on Linux and if I remember right the WBFS Manager program I've been using can make a WBFS>FAT32 transfer, but that's intended for USB Loaders I think. Secondly, I'd like to know what the easiest way to move all the Miis and saved games over from my current NAND into the emulated NAND is so I can just kind of pick up where I left off that way. Or does that happen automatically when getting UNEEK set up? Sorry, a bit of a noob question probably. Still not completely sure on how some of the SNEEK stuff works. My current system is at 4.1, so I could upgrade to 4.2 using a safe upgrade method and then use my current NAND to base my emulated NAND on, but is that really the best way to go? Is there anything else that I should be asking that I'm not?