What I'm confused about is why everyone is just saying this is for piracy...The RGH chips TX released for the 360 wherent for piracy at all, they were simply to allow us to run unsigned code, and whatever people than did what that code was their business but there were a plethora of great things developed with piracy aside with that glitch chip. You're all thinking way too small just because you want to whine and be ungrateful. Think of what you can do with this now that we can run unsigned code on any firmware. Zelda BOTW mods like we have on CEMU Binding of Isaac mods. Custom Themes Custom MK8 tracks.... The possibilities are endless all we need are developers which is also what TX is opening up the switch too. Its a lot easier for a scene to pick up developers and growth if its easily accessible by a lot of people. This is one of the reasons the PSP scene floursed so greatly and also why the xbox 360 scene picked up so much steam so quickly. Open your minds and get out of the mindset that everyone is out to get everyone and that the world is evil. This isn't TX's first rodeo and we should be thankful they even have something this big that they are sharing. Yes they will charge for it. But if you countless hours working on something, wouldn't you like to be compensated in some way? Life isn't free. Most of us have to work for a living. Now this isn't to say that this isn't what Plutoo and his team had in mind either. But can you honestly say a console that has to be on 3.00 or below has as much of a audience as the newest firmwares? Thats like being mad at developers for focusing game development on Windows which has ~90 of the market share opposed to focusing on developing games for linux..it wouldn't make sense to focus on the smaller margin and than be mad when the larger margin is getting more attention.