Hey everyone. I'm sorry, I know you get that same question everyday, but you gotta admit it's kinda tough to know north from south with all those different cards around. I used to have a Supercard SD some three years ago, and was very happy with it, especially because of the easy to use and perfectly working built-in NES, GG, etc... emulators. Also DS compatibility was pretty good. Loved using Moonshell, ScummVMDS,etc... GBA compatibility was'nt bad, even if some games just had too many slowdowns. It's nice to see how many good Slot-1 cards are around these days. I'd like to get one, unfortunately they don't let you play GBA games, if I understand correctly. ...Right ? So I guess my only solution is looking into a Slot-2 card and some 5$ passcard(which I would only use once anyway, as I intend to use Flashme)... Basically I'm looking to buy something that'll give me the same kind of freedom my Supercard did. I wanna be able to use emulators( if they're not built in it's alright, but I need to be sure they'll be easy to set up/use). The ones built-in the Supercard worked pretty well. Then I want the best possible GBA/NDS compatibility, of course. And that's about it. I guess I don't really care if it sticks out or anything as long as it's sturdy. It should use Mini or preferably MicroSD. A couple nice additions would be the possibility to remove the SD card from the flash cart without having to pull it out of the DS, and a rumble feature maybe, only if it's good... but that's really not very important.. So there you go, basically interested mostly in being able to play as many games as possible with the least possible issues. Any advice, people ? Thanks in advance!!