So, I was reading "the guide" after noticing a few people ended up with corrupted NAND dumps and only had one, resulting in them having to re-do the CTRtansfer and potentially lose most (if not all) of their data. Since Decrypt9 doesn't validate NAND dumps when making a backup, wouldn't it be a good idea to prompt users to use the "Validate NAND dump" option before continuing? Then if their NAND dump IS corrupted they have a chance to make another before ending up SOL and not knowing until they are trying to restore everything. Just thinking since I've been seeing a lot of threads about it lately. Also, If I'm wrong just tell me to shut up Lol Thoughts?