Hear me out. Several posts in this forum make it clear that people COULD apparently hack the DSi, but CHOOSE not to, at a lack of interest for the console. But why? The DSi has more ram and cpu than the old DS revisions and boasts an SD card slot. And while the Cyclo DSi card came close, actual "DSi mode" hasn't been fully achieved. Doesn't the appeal of having roms/DSiware from a simple SD card appeal to anyone? With all the custom firmware achievements made on the PSP, why doesn't a hacker see the appeal of doing the same on the DSi? And while I realize many good hackers usually hate the prospect of piracy, what about homebrew DSi Ware loaded on the DSi's internal memory? I just don't see what's so wrong with the DSi that has rendered it "pointless to hack".