first and foremost, im going to explain my situation: im about to begin my first jump into DS media cards and i am planning to order an AK2i (why i am "planning" rather than having it ordered already is because i wont be able to see my dad, AKA the guy with pay pal , until Sunday rolls around so im gonna order it then) i've been doing some pre-planing for what i'm going to be putting on my card once i get it and i'm really excited to get to finally play with the ds homebrew scene! but here is were i get a little... frosted... the thing is i am organizational freak to a small extent as far as my digital files are concerned... and knowing that the interface of the AK2i uses a very simple and effective system of the classic folder list. well my plan for the organization of my cart was going to be one folder for games and have all games in there, and another for apps... the apps (and a couple of the games) are what drive me insane... i can't stand the fact that so many of the apps that i read about and want to try out all tell me something like "in order for *abc* application to run properly on your ds cart, you must put files *xyz.pqr* and *bhd.vin* along with a folder called *useless non standard subfolder* in your default directory" and i HATE that! i had no intention of having an assortment of ugly random folders placed most likely needlessly in the default directory when they could probably be put in a subfolder to clean things up... it's just stupid! and because of the folder list system of the AK2i i have to see them plainly and messily scattered in the default directory... i like the folder list thing because i can specify my OWN organization to my stuff... but when almost all of the homebrew apps that i am interested in (such as DSOrganize and DS Doom) require some system folder and files stupidly placed in the root directory... it just makes it fell ugly and messy for me... i really hate that... here is what i am thinking... and it's not any sort of revolutionary idea at all... in fact it's been used in windows for as long as i can remember... HOW ABOUT SOMEONE SETS A DEVELOPMENT STANDARD APPLICATIONS FOLDER!!(with subfolders for the respective apps) is that really so hard? no it's not. not at all... so why the heck are so many homebrew apps lazily tossed into the root? if it can be done in most computer OS's why not on the DS? if i am missing something from lack of knowledge, please fill me in because i want to know WHY they must all be messily left in the root directory? and is there a way to combat or work around this?