I was wondering about the absolute best way to store Wii backups (digitally) that still allows them to be playable on a Wii. The two best options I can think of are WDF and decrypted discs, but I have not done enough research for either to determine how feasible storing a full collection in each of them. For this challenge, let's use two sets of games: Set 1 Wii Play v1.0 (NTSC-U) Set 2 Wii Play v1.0 (NTSC-U) Wii Play v1.0 (NTSC-J) Wii Play v1.0 (PAL) If you have other games you want to test with different methods, go ahead. My theory is that for individual games, WDF is the best choice. But if you have duplicates across regions, perhaps some form of decryption can be used to share, for example, the sound and character models that don't change across regions. Can decrypted dumps ever go back into Wii ISOs? Or are they forever destined to a life of SNEEK? Is there a decrypted disc dumper out yet? How can I get one? I can get Wii Play v1.0 (USA) down to 93.8 MB (98,418,644 bytes) with WDF.