Really? You don't? The way you reply seem to indicate otherwise... And yes it doesn't affect the end users anyway. But for others it may be interesting for them, simply for sport or just flat out knowing what the WiiU console is capable of. I honestly think that it bothers you because it's the fact that they've broken their wiiu console and can do the shit they want while the end users can't. And you're not the only one either, lots of people take the fact that they've broken their consoles and telling the others as a sign of elitism. Again, it's called hacking for sport, they don't do it for the others but themselves, and if they want to, they may share the info about it if they want. However, do not expect them hacking stuff for the masses.