Tickets (.tik) files are downloaded from the store when you buy a VC/WiiWare title. They tell the store you are allowed to download the game from the store from then on if it is deleted from your console. Most of the VC games released onto the web have 'bad' tickets that will not let you redownload them from the store. Most of the ones that have bad tickets have packed the .WAD with one of the WAD packers that makes a 'fake' ticket instead of a valid one. The reason most of them are 'bad' is because the WAD packers that make 'fake' tickets are much easier to use than the ones that make good ticekts. But what If someone just make an app for the Wii that just installed tickets (.tik files)? Then you could get a collection of valid tickets, which are very very small files, and install them on your Wii. Imagine being able to download a weekly update of all ticket files, and installing them, then being able to download the game directly from Nintendo whenever you choose. Most of the WiiWare titles released have valid tickets. To test this, delete the channel via the Wii memory management. Then go to the WiiShop and try to download it. If it downloads, then you have a valid ticket. Hopefully someone will see the usefulness of this idea, and make such an app. We could have a ticket collection for around 5MB's and being able to have every VC/WiiWare title at the tips of our fingers, with no need for SD cards everytime we want to install another game.