How much of wifi do we have available to us for homebrew purposes? I was thinking earlier about the possibilities for Wii homebrew, and I thought of a couple thing involving wifi: 1. Wii as a hotspot. Just as it sounds, for us who don't HAVE wifi normally, would it be possible to connect the Wii using a wired connection, then use a homebrew to create a connectable wifi signal from the Wii? For use with things like a DS and other wifi devices. 2. Pokemon Events. For those once in a lifetime Nintendo events that give you items that allow you to go to areas with special Pokemon, well those items are normally obtained by using the mystery gift 'get via wireless' funtion. So what if you made a simple program that could allow you to get those items? All you need is a wifi transfer ability, and the knowledge of the coding of the games, which I'm sure can be found by messing around with an action replay, or cracking open a ROM of the game. This would be of course for us who'll never see one of these events, and don't have the moolah for a cheat device. What do you guys think?