Now before I begin, this is all my opinion that I have gathered from others. I don't own a gateway, and I don't plan on owning a Gateway anytime soon. Now for starters. Why are their prices so god damned high? Free alternatives arise on the firmware version that they only work on, yet their price is of the price of a 2DS. They have most definitely lost their hype once the CFW era has arose. At the time when 3DS was still new and there were little to no exploits, they were the first flashcart to allow "backups" Sure, it was awesome at the time, but it required a 4.2 3DS in order for it to boot. Then came other flashcarts and their infamous brick code. I read that it encrypts your NAND if you use their software on a unverified cart. Why couldn't they hard code the software into their carts? Instead of having the Launcher.dat boot from the SD card to read games off the micro SD card, have it so the firmware is inside the cart, and the Launcher.dat can update the firmware and it will brick the cart if it's on a unverified cart. That way the flashcart seller who tried making cheap copy and paste code will be the one who is in fault. Cheating and what they should do about it. Cheating is really the only reason this cart is good. It's got the best cheat menu, but they're using Action Replay's old cheating system, that I wouldn't doubt they copied and pasted the code from Action Replay. So, they're theoretically just a $70 action replay that can load .3ds roms. NTR CFW is a free alternative and however it's inferior now and requires knowledge of C to port/create codes, I wouldn't doubt that someone revamps it or creates a new one that is better than Gateway. Hell, if Gateway released a cart that was cheaper and only allowed cheating, I would buy it in a heart beat because Action Replay is always a good way to have fun in the game once it's complete Their poor attempt to keep up with the scene is also a big problem. We can boot sysNAND cfw now... however, Gateway still hasn't come up with a way to utilize it. You still have to use emuNAND with it. Also, Gateway will never work on latest firmware. You need a arm9 exploit to use it, so those stuck on 9.3+ (or 11.0+ if you want to say downgrade) they can't utilize the cart until there is a new arm9 exploit for them to utilize, or they have to downgrade. They could make their cart like Sky3DS where users can play backups on the latest version, and if they're on 9.2, they can utilize the CFW and cheat and other stuff. That's my two cents... so I'd like to know, what do you have to complain about Gateway?