Hi, This black Friday, GameStop is going to be selling used Gamecubes for $40. I'm planning to pick one up and install a drive modchip to play backups. All I need is a drive modchip, because I have my softmodded Wii for all the fancy stuff. I want it to work and run backups just like a regular gamecube. In fact, the only reason I'm getting this is because softmodded Wiis can't run gamecube backups yet, and I'm not hardmodding my Wii. Most importantly, what is the best drive modchip out there? I would like one that is simple to install, but very reliable. I've heard of Duo Q and Xeno GC, although It seems like Xeno GC is hard to install because it has no wires. What exactly will I need to open everything up? I know I could order a gamebit screwdriver, but can't I make one by heating up a pen and molding it to the screw? I hear that works. What will I need to attach the wires? I'm assuming I have to solder it. What soldering equipment will I need? What kind of solder gun and solder would you recommend? I would also like a replacement case so that I can use regular-sized DVDs with my Gamecube. I know that I could use the ghetto method and take it off and tape the drive sensor down, but I don't want my Gamecube looking like a piece of crap. Where can I find replacement cases to buy? I live in the USA.