Alright, so I'm just wondering... we have a pretty cheap 3D-capable device, but homebrew hasn't been released for it. At all. Do you think 3D is just a gimmick? I guess if users (and hackers alike) feel it's not worth it, then we wouldn't be seeing homebrew for this console. We've seen many homebrew apps for the DS (I remember sitting there, late at night sneaking in some IRC on my homebrew'd DS, and it was the bomb!) Also, lately we have smartphones which can do everything we want. What can we, as users, show to homebrew devs that the 3DS deserves some attention? I'm asking this not even at the 3DS level. We have the PS3, the Xbox 360, and the Wii out... but even then, there's not much homebrew. It's mostly about piracy and stealing games. I feel we have some ideas missing. There's something missing from our own ideas, and that's...what can we do with an 'unlocked' system? We have android phones, we have iPhones... they're hacked all the time. We can already emulate DS games on any Android phone. I guess my final question is: What do you think homebrew for 3DS can separate itself from a Smartphone? It has 3D capabilities, sure. But what can *truly* make it different from just buying an Android Phone for cheaper? We beg for Homebrew. We want "more" hacking of this system. But what can it deliver? All ideas welcome. Thanks for your neuron-electric thought patterns.