Hey all, I'm thinking of getting the G6 over the DS xtreme since it seems to over way more functionality than the DS-X. However one point brought up in the DS-X review over here at gpatemp was that: "Save games are held temporarily in 2mbit of EEPROM memory on-board the DS-Xtreme..... But what if the game requires more than 2mbit of save space? If Nintendo decide to come out with a game that uses a 3 or 4mbit save then will the DS-Xtreme be incompatible? No. The DS-X team have told me that the EEPROM size is dynamic, and if the game needs it, it can borrow a chunk of memory off the internal 512MB of NAND flash memory, and then backup the save just as normal when the DS-Xtreme is rebooted." Does the G6 lite + passcard 3 have this functionality? Or would some future games just not be playable with the G6? Moreover, from the literature the passcard 3 is a nopass device while the ds-x can function as a passme device. Does that mean that the ds-x will only allow gba games to be run from a flashcart? I'd be really grateful if somebody could answer the save memory question for me since there's really nothing stopping me from getting a G6 except for that. Thanks!