I have a few questions about the Sky3ds saving mechanism. It is my understanding that Sky3ds saves game data in two ways. The first using the 10 eeprom slots, which the first 10 games with eeprom=yes you play will take those slots. The second method is the fall back for if a game wont work with eeprom or the eeprom slots are all taken, and that is to save the data as part of the .3ds file. With this in mind, what is the benefit of using the eeprom? It seems to me that having the ability to back up and restore your save (even between different carts) by backing up the roms, is a huge benefit of not using the eeprom. (And the consistency of knowing that all your games are using the same saving mechanism, instead of trying to remember which ones were in eeprom, is a pretty big benefit). Do you need to press the blue button to save with both eeprom and non eeprom or with just one of them? Lastly, is it possible to completely ignore the eeprom and make every rom eeprom=no from the start? (and will this negatively impact the functionality of the device?) Am I missing something obvious?