Hey guys! Well, long story short, I havent been in contact with my grandma in forever, and now that Im staying with her, she says that she wants to give me a gift (I had little to no contact with her, she hasnt given me a birthday present since I was 7...) as a "make up" birthday present. Anyway, Im really pleased with the way Xbox 360 is going, and the games are amazing... not to mention pretty much everyone I know has one, so it will help me keep in touch with my friends. So... -I know that to be able to flash an Xbox 360 and play backup games on it, it must be a certain drive, right? -The new ones are lighteon (or something like that) and those cant be flashed? -How do I know if my 360 can be flashed? I heard that the box must have a number below 800 on it...? -How hard on a scale of 1 to 10 is it to flash a 360? Does it require any soldering? -How dangerous is it to flash a 360? Has anyone had any bad experiences after doing so? -Once flashed, is it as simple as burning a backup game and putting it in the 360? Thank you for any help, guys! (Yes, I have looked around the forums, but I dont have much internet time...) Oh, I forgot these 2: -How hard is it to find a flashable XBox 360? -Should I wait to buy the 60Gb model? Im thinking it probably wont be able to be flashed, so no?