Hey guys, I was thinking about the USB loader and people who use external hard drives. I thought about buying one myself mostly because of this application. Walmart has Western Digital 1TB hard drives for under $120, which I think is a great deal, considering the price of an internal hard drive, plus you can use it to store tons of Wii games. Now, here's the problem. On these external hard drives, you can't hold files larger than 4GB on FAT32, which is used on the Wii/Homebrew Channel/USB Loader... You can format your drive to NTFS, eradicating the issue, but that would make it incompatible with the application wouldn't it? I've heard something about Waninkoko using his own file system. Perhaps this will slim down the size of the ISOs. This would be great =) But then, I thought the alternative to doing that is placing an ISO onto the USB drive and launching it through the channel. This makes me skeptical of the "file system." I'm seriously wondering about this because I would really love to have an external hard drive. My laptop has a small hard drive, so having this would be excellent. I could use it for large file transfers and such. I'd also use it for the GeeXboX channel I just installed. I was unaware that something like that application existed before a while ago. I was amazed how my Wii could handle all those formats, it being a Wii and all... Perhaps I'm speaking fallibly about the NTFS compatibility with the application. I'm not too sure. So, please reply if you have some more information.