Before anything let me say: Yes, I know the SuperCard Lite is design form-factor wise for NDSL only, please no "the website says NDSL only" posts, thanks. I'd like to know if anyone has modified the case to allow a SuperCard Lite to fit in a Gameboy Micro, or an SP. Secondly, as it uses the same kernel as the Mini-SD, I would assume it still has the pure Slot-2 GBA loader code regardless of it's NDSL-only intentions, and that it will function properly in a Gameboy Micro or SP. any thoughts or comments on this? I ask because of the faster hardware, and faster available MicroSD cards this unit has would be much better suited for native GBC, GB playing through supercards emus (I'm not a big Goomba fan, I like plug-n-play support ), and would play GBA games with less slowdown, prompting me less often to switch to my EZ-IV for GBA needs. Also no, I do not want to get an M3 Lite Perfect. They're too expensive. Thanks for any help!