How "resistant to deleting" are preinstalled games? Let's break down all the cases 1) format (or swap) SD card --> no problem, just redownload from eShop 2) format (or swap) SD card + format system --> again, just redownload from eShop (right?) 3) complete NUKING (format SD card + format system + delete eShop account into oblivion by typing the serial number) --> ???? (is the hardware serial of the console somehow recognized and allowed to re-download the preinstalled game till the end of time, no matter how bad you NUKE data from it?) 4) system transfer TO another 3DS --> bundled game disappears on first system and is transfered to the target system. the first system loses right to re-download it, and the target system acquires that right. (right?) 5) system transfer FROM another 3DS OVER the bundled one --> MERGE of the games installed on the 2 systems, AND you can redownload it anyway (right?) I'm curious about number 3. It would be a nice bonus to have a system whose hardware serial is allowed to re-download a certain game forever, nuking of eshop account notwithstanding. To put it in practice, let's say I buy a pre-owned Monster Hunter bundle 3DS XL from a guy who didn't delete his eshop account nor did a system transfer to a new 3DS, and I wanna wipe the 3DS completely factory clean (including deleting the eShop account), would I lose the ability to re-download Monster Hunter?