*updated 1/27/06* As reported in a previous thread, makers of the XenoGC (http://www.xenogc.com/ - a gamecube modchip), may have already completed a Wii modchip. SOURCE: http://www.eurasia.nu/modules.php?name=New...rticle&sid=1848 Keep in mind this is all rumor and speculation, but here is what we've guessed based on conversations in the last thread and assumptions that Xenowii will use the method described in tmbinc's video: * There will be no homebrew support, except in gamecube mode. * Firmware updates should be fine, since this is a drivechip that doesn't interfere with the bios. Nintendo may have something up their sleeves though. * RUMOR has it, if you own a XenoGC chip, then an upcoming BiOS update may allow you to flash and reinstall your chip into your Wii- meaning no new hardware to buy to run your Wii and GameCube back-ups. To kick things off, I have a couple questions. How were Xeno's modchips for the gamecube? Are they a good company? And since this could be the first modchip and it probably won't have homebrew support, I'm guessing a lot of people would like to switch chips when a perfect one comes out. Traditionally, how hard is it to remove modchips and replace them with new ones?