Hey there tempers As the topic title says, I'm no programmer, so bear with me. This is an idea I've entertained over at the GBA section, and was told would be totally doable. For non NDS games, it's a pain if you want to use a cheat device, because up until now the only option appears to be to take the rom (whether it be for GBA, SNES, or whatever) and take it to a cheat-code program on your computer, attach the cheat codes there, save it, and put it back on your cart with the cheats hardwired into the rom. With the GBA especially, your average DSL cart (For example) will disable all activity from the DS side of the system, making a "turn cheats on" style set-up in the menu not work. My idea is wondering why someone hasn't thought to try to make a utility program that can do that straight on the cart. Not an in-menu option for the game, but a program that hard-wires the rom without having to involve the computer at all. Seems like it should be easy to me... then again, I am no programmer and haven't the slightest idea of how to implement such a plan.