I'm going to be moving to Canada in the new year and want to take my UK Wii with me and I have some questions! 1 Power supply I can't see a stickered input voltage range on the grey mains-adaptor, but I'm guessing that it'll be expecting only a 240v input (so I'll need a step-up converter, or buy a US 110v Wii mains adaptor), unless anyone knows different? 2 Video connections I'll be buying a new tv when I get out to Canada (probably an HD LCD). Having never had one, I'm confused about how NTSC/PAL issues relate to HDTVs and component video (in the way that RGB scarts make PAL/NTSC colour-encoding virtually irrelevant). Will a US/Canada telly be happy taking the 480p PAL60 from out of my Wii via component cables, or am I going to end up with B&W? 3 Buying US/Canada games My Wii's already home-brewed up, so I'll just run Gecko and should be fine to load US/Canada discs I buy out there. Right? Will the online features/modes of US games work happily? 4 Wii Shop/Internet Channel/Nintendo Channels etc i) This is where I'm really confused. Does anyone know if I'll still be able to access all of the Euro versions of the channels I have installed, or will they be doing IP checks to determine my location and lock me out? ii) I'm guessing I can't install the US/Canada versions of these channels alongside the Euro versions? 5 System Menu Updates Assuming I don't completely flash my Wii to pretend to be a US Wii, I'm guessing it'll still grab Euro versions of the system menu updates? Or will it detect my location via my IP and get upset/confused? Any general thoughts of whether, in the long-term, I'd just be better off attempting to do a complete flash of my wii and turning it into a US/Canada wii (and running my PAL games through Gecko)? Much appreciated!