As I understand it, a Wii U ticket is a bit of DRM/crypto-related data to authorize Game X to run on Console A. It's per-console, tied to some unique ID (serial number or equivalent) so sharing tickets from one console to another would be useless. So, two questions: Will current/near-future jailbreaks have sufficient privileges to read/write the area in flash where tickets are stored? Would it be feasible for the purchaser of a used console running 5.3.2 that includes DLC/purchases tied to an account to back up the tickets for those, wipe the console, restore the tickets, and then re-add the associated titles with WUP installer? Seems like it should work if tickets are tied to something in ROM, or at least something in flash that's never rewritten, but I want to be sure. Thanks!