Every other day or so I usually check Youtube to see what new Nintendo DS vids are up, and I, of course, see more and more flash-card videos. This evening I came across yet another R4 video with a kid demonstrating "how easy" it is to put games on your microSD, etc. Now, this ain't the first time one of these videos made its way to Youtube -- there's probably a ton of `em. But something about this one just filled me with the realization that we might see an end to that party, so to speak, real soon. Flash cards are becoming more and more mainstream and user-friendly -- proof of that is that I own and use one -- and if you knew me you'd agree. I don't know, I just suspect that the powers that be won't sit back idly while the current flash-card community grows. After only a short stint using mine, it'd be a sad thing to see. But I can't imagine how it will go unnoticed and, ultimately, un-dealt with for long. Even if companies couldn't find recourse in making it illegal to manufacture and sell flash cards, which they can't, don't you think they will eventually put a lot of resources into effectively doing away with much of the practices that go on with flash-card usage? Any thoughts about that? Is it something anyone else has feared or contemplated?