Hello, I've got in touch with Max, the individual responsible for the Revo k101. I would like to request community support to convince him that it would be a good idea to release the source code for the Revo k101 firmware. I am not familiar yet with its internals, but I'm well versed with embedded development and if there is a standard brick-proof to update and develop the device, this could be a great opportunity for some community-supported development. Some things in mind: Improve GB/C emulation, and include cheat support, as well as more reliable saves. Improve NES emulation, include cheat support and better emulation options, as well as reliable saving. Improve linking, and perhaps create a GBA-USB link cable that could allow us to do things like Internet-based trades, multi-player, etc. I'm looking for other people here experienced in embedded development and anyone with a solid EE (electrical engineering) background. Perhaps improve little things like cancelling sound output when TV out is working. Improve TV scaling if possible... I wonder if the CPU could reliably do better upscaling with custom filters, or the lag would be terrible. Still a great device, but it would be tremendous to have source code. I'm also interested on open source GB/GBC/GBA hardware projects (a clone of those systems). Of course there's always the unfortunate reality of people making a dishonest buck out of someone else's work... but hey, this could get on Kickstarter PM me if interested and post "Signed" for the source code petition. Thanks!