I'm considering getting a mod chip for my Wii. I've heard a lot of different things on this site about them, but I'm still a little unsure overall. I modded my original PSX from way back in the day, but I bought the console for about 50 dollars used, and was always an N64 for anyways. If something went wrong, I wasn't missing out on much and could always buy another one. However, not only are Wiis expensive, they're really really hard to find (still). So first and foremost, I want a chip that has a very slim chance of breaking my Wii. My questions are as follows: (Oh, and FYI, I got my Wii on the day it came out, in case that helps with identifying the parts on the inside.) 1) This site has a good deal of info on the Wiinija chip, and the CycloWiz as well. The Cyclo-wiz is looking good right now with it's DVD upgrading, and ability to have an on off switch. However, I'm clueless on the pros and cons of any other chip that might be out there that this site doesn't cover as much (especially since a lot of the information on the reviews is dated). 2) What's up with the Wiikey? The FAQs on this site don't even mention it, and yet that's one of the most talked about chips on the forum. 3) Does any card out there off true, 100%, future proof compatibility with original, off the shelf games? I know that even though my PSX's mod chip claimed to be a stealth modded chip, games like Dino Crisis could fool it. I've heard that the WiiKey has trouble with Dual Layer discs, so I'll probably steer clear of it unless someone has some reason why it shouldn't. 4) Is it possible for a Wii system update to brick, break, disable, or otherwise ruin my Wii? 5) Finally, is there anything particularly tricky I should know before I buy a chip? I'm sure tons of people have probably asked questions like these before, so thank you very much for your understanding and help.