Okay, so I have seen quite a few text editors for the DS. None of them have really come up to being good for on the run writing. Where I want to take this project for starters is: 1) Basic keyboard 2) Basic saving and loading of .txt files 3) Basic hand writing recognition Planned features for the future: 1) Customizable keyboard with support for obscure characters, and ASCii characters. 2) More supported files (Such as .rtf) 3) Accurate handwriting recognition 4) Extra font support 5) Integrated sketchbook and image saving 6) Viable text reader 7) Possibly a file server for distribution of work Planned features may take a while to learn and successfully implement, but I may be able to whip together something that would work well in a couple weeks. I'll also be looking into implementing this into the DSi scene as well. If this works out well enough in the first few releases, I may be able to enter the HB bounty. I'm going to need some recommendations on how to get started with keeping compatibility on flashcards. If you guys also know of any open source DS text editors that I could study, I would love a link to the code. Also the author's name and such for proper credit if I have a need to reuse some code Since I will be implementing handwriting, I plan to have in a later release a calibration system. When activated, it prompts the user to write the 26 letters of the alphabet and it saves the images into a custom writing palette.