The SC team announced a while back, along with a few other flash cart companies, that they will be releasing a slot-1 device. Because of the recent breakthrough with Opera (see http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=39137), I think a slot-1 card is definitely in my future. I currently own an SClite, which I use to play DS, GBA, and NES ROMs, along with homebrew applications. Now and then I use Moonshell to watch videos, though not often. When Opera was finally released in Europe, I imported it through Play-Asia. In school, I find it very useful for browsing the web when I'm bored, since my laptop no longer works. I also use it at work during my break, since the mall has a wireless AP. I don't mind Opera's lack of speed, though I DO mind having to swap my SClite for my RAM expansion pack every time I want to use it, especially since it takes a bit of force to get the SClite out of slot-2. I leave the slot-1 Opera cartridge in my DS at all times, since it allows me to put my console into sleep mode. When I get a slot-1 flash cart, I will no longer have to carry the slot-1 or slot-2 Opera cartridges with me anymore! Instead I can run Triforce's hacked ROM and use the SClite I already have for the required RAM. In addition to providing the memory I need for Opera, leaving the SClite in my console will also allow me to continue to play GBA games, something I'm sure the slot-1 SC will not be able to do. Furthermore, I will be able to designate my slot-1 SC for NDS ROMs only, keeping my slot-2 SClite free for GBA ROMs, mp3s, and videos! I believe that this will be quite the amazing setup, assuming that the SC team will follow through with their promise for releasing a slot-1 cart. So, what do the rest of you think?