Got my SCL from kicktrading on Friday (yay, only took three days!), and had some questions and impressions. I'm sure you've all read the reviews, so I'll refrain from reiterating common knowledge. That said, I noticed some surprising things... Impressions: 1) It's not _quite_ flush. This may be a manufacturing issue with mine, but while the top of the SCL is flush, the bottom juts out a small amount (small=miniscule). I don't really mind though, it's all but unnoticeable. What it comes down to is that the DSL GBA cover is more rounded than the SCL (the part that constitues the "handle"). 2) When I heard that there may be some issue with the TF card falling out due to it being front load (as opposed to side load), I thought I'd just put some tape on it or something. I'm glad to say that I have no qualms not bothering with the tape. I find it hard to believe that it would EVER fall out without some vicious pounding (or if you dropped the whole unit on a hard floor or something). 3) This thing is TIGHT. For my unit, rocking it right to left does NOT work. You just have to pull on it HARD. This may only be an issue if I buy the DS browser (which I may not, as I want to take it on vacation, but I'm leaving pretty soon). Initially, I wasn't too concerned with it, but after trying to take it out, I'm pretty sure I'll be picking up some sandpaper... 4) Superkey from Kicktrading has a splashscreen (thought they thought it did not). *shrug* I don't like it, but it's not worth complaining about. Just a quick question so far.... Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! - love this quirky game, but everytime it's about to start the music, there's a long pause. Feels like 10-15 seconds? Is this normal? Annoying when I have to retry it after failing a level due to laughing. I'm patching all my games with IGR only (nothing else) btw. Sweet product, and great service by Kicktrading. J ps. BTW, there's a new version of DSOrganize (2.2 Final - Blue) which works better than the SCL patched version that's floating around. Only problem is that it currently doesn't save.