So this topic is for people on the fence for emuNAND, but want to know all the downsides that come with it. I for example have all the games I want as legal cartridges, but emuNAND would be a convenient way to have everything in one place digitally. Question is, is it worth it (at the moment) for people like me, who don´t want to loose any convenience they have with newest sysNAND, because they don´t have that much desire for free gamez? (on N3DS) currently no emuNAND support for FW >9.5. (fixed with upcoming rxTools and Reinand releases) (on N3DS) 3D bug in rxMode, which shows you two offset images instead of a 3D image after coldboot. (temporary fixable by closing and opening the lid) no DS Support (no flashcarts). (apparently works on some rxTools Builds, more clarification needed) no DSiWare (works, when you install to both sysNAND AND emuNAND) no GBA Virtual Console (works, when you install to both sysNAND AND emuNAND) once sysNAND and emuNAND are unlinked (sysNAND formatted) it is not possible to restore all my data from emuNAND to sysNAND in an easy way. (Tutorial to do a manual system transfer: click) Dependency on MenuHax to coldboot to sysNAND and also after exiting system settings in emuNAND. Creating an emuNAND partition takes 1GB of space on O3DS and 2GB of space on N3DS. Thats everything I could think of at the moment. Please correct me on any mistakes, tell me other downsides (even minor ones) that I can add to the list, discuss ways to overcome them and which ones would be fixable with updates to the CFW/tools. I want to keep the thread updated, so it´s an easy and convenient way to inform users new to emuNAND. Thanks in advance for your contribution.