Yesterday I placed an order for a G6 Lite and a Passcard3 from Gamersection.ca. The G6Lite Chinese was $95.00 The Passcard 3 was $32.95 (Pretty expensive compared to other places I must admit.) And all together I had about $20 worth of shipping because of the shipping surcharge outside of Canada. =/ It all totaled to about $150 USD. At this point I didn't really care about price or version because I just want a G6Lite for gaming and am willing to put up with the Chinese since most of the fuctions are pretty straight forward. Plus there is always a chance in the future that the firmware could get hacked thus solving the problem. Anyway, I made a payment on their site, and I didn't get a confirmation message from Paypal. I was taken to another page directly from Gamersection and made the payment. To my horror, when I'm looking at my Gmail account, I realize that the Paypal email address that sends out that payments have been done had actually sent me 2 confirmed payment messages and had grouped them as a conversation! I accidentally payed for two orders, one order never actually having existed! I emailed them about it, and by the time I got back from work they had given me a refund for my duplicate payment. Talk about being good sports. Moral of the story? Be more careful with my money. Now I keep asking them when they plan to ship but they have yet to tell me when. It's the last thing I'd like to know to give me peace of mind. Hopebuy seems like a pretty good place to get stuff as a well. They seem to have much cheaper prices so a much better value. It's just that they were out of the Passcard 3 and I wasn't notified quickly enough as to whether they had any Superkey in stock, so I took the plunge with Gamersection instead. I also like the fact that I'm dealing with a company a lot closer to home (North America) than from far off (Southeast Asia) but that's besides the point because they still seem pretty reputable. I don't really like Winsunx at all. I was browsing their website with Internet Explorer 6 on a Windows 2000 PC. If you already didn't know, Internet Explorer 7 is not available for 2000 OSes. They've basically left everyone in the dust. When I tried to sign up on their site, I got hit with a browser exploit and my svchost.exe got corrupted by a trojan. Basically everything closed and my CPU was hit hard as the svchost drained resources. I managed to upgrade to a new Norton in an attempt to remove it but because the CPU's resources were being tapped so badly I wasn't about to remove the actual threat, so I swiped my harddrive and am using Firefox now. I don't think I will ever go to Winsunx again. Anyway, wherever you decide to get your G6Lite from, just realize that if they are in stock right now, they probably won't be really soon. It is hands down the most desirable DS/GBA flashcart available, even with the limited space of 512 MB. English versions will sell so fast it won't even be funny, as people learn more and more about the firmware, theres always a chance in the future that the Chinese version firmware can somehow be changed, thus making it irrelevant which firmware version you originally had. Even though English and Chinese will supposedly retail for the same price, you can never be for sure. Inflation is a dangerous thing, my friends. If you want a G6 Lite for GAMING, does it really matter what's on the screen so as long as it does what it's supposed to do? Get one NOW before it becomes even harder to get them in the future! As for me, I now await the arrival of my G6Lite and Passcard3 from Gamersection.