As a user that frequents the NDS ROM Hacking forum, I find myself constantly sifting through topics on anti-anti-piracy measures to get to topics that I consider real ROM hacking. Technically, yes, circumventing anti-piracy measures in ROMs is ROM hacking. But I'd be willing to bet that the people who visit the NDS ROM Hacking forum more than just every time a game they want to play comes out are not doing so for the patches, firmware updates, and whatever else goes with being able to play games on a flashcard. Mods, translations; that is what I want to see in a ROM hacking forum. I hope that those that aren't interested in the aforementioned can at least see the massive semantic difference between hacking just so you can go play the latest Pokemon on your flashcard and hacking so that you can create your own Pokemon and put them into the games. Pokemon brings up my next point, which is that I'm quite aware that the amount of anti-anti-piracy topics is not always or usually even close to what it has been recently. This doesn't change the fact that people who want to play a game on their flashcard and people who want to find modded games or mod games are seeking very different things. So why are they all being funneled to the same forum? Is anybody else with me on this? Is the administration with me on this? Try not to get hung up on what is technically "rom hacking" and focus on what people are doing with it; that's what really matters. I'm sure there are enough words in the English language to separate these two things and title them without confusion.