I ordered a wiikey and my wii broke in the same week (it was locking up when reading disks randomly). Now when I get it back (after some testing) I feel like installing the chip. Now if they have to replace the drive/wii will I be able to know if it is one of the new drives that make it harder to install the chip? I would hate to open it up and not be able to install it because I don't really want to solder to the leg of one of the chips. Anybody know of a way to tell without voiding the warranty?