I've been out of the loop of the scene (and Switch gaming in general) for a bit and am facing a problem. And by a bit I mean I'm on SX OS 1.5 and my Switch on sysnand 5.1.0 I wanted to get back into the game and was baffled to see that it's time to do a major update as most of the new releases wouldn't run on such a setup. This led me to a question - is there any difference on whether I use ChoiDujour to update my sysnand to, say, 8.1.0 (as this one seems to be the one that all new releases are fine with) or do it with a emunand? I have nothing against the latter but since it blocks 32GB of a memory card and I'm rocking a 64GB one, the lack of space is going to be pretty noticeable. So, since I have the backup of my current NAND, what would be the advantage of creating an emunand partition blocking half of my storage and updating the firmware there only as opposed to just updating SX OS to 2.8 beta (and hopefully soon 2.9, too) and updating the "regular" firmware on my sysnand to 8.1.0 using CD?