I purchased a Wii U, and a few Eii U games,and I have to say the user interface is horrendous. The Gamepad is required for just about every system menu when on screen controls with a pro controller would be enoigh, most of the games don't utilize the pro controller, yet require it's use, and even games that do use it Like Mario Bros Wii U disable it's functionality in single player mode yet maintain it as a screen that can't be turned off. I think it would be amazing if the user interface could be redesigned to be able to utilize without requiring gamepad use The idea of using a gamepad as a TV screen for Wii games is great, but WiiWare games that only use a Pro Conttoller still require it when playing on the Gamepad would be better (again, wanting to be able to use alternate controllers while increasing utilization of a gamepad) and even though I paid for WiiWare games on transfer to the WiiU it's not like they will give me a WiiU version to use even if identical. Also, I am aware that the Gamepad was hacked to stream from a PC with android plans as well. Might it similarly be possible to set it up so that the console can work entirely from a gamepad (some menus require TV input, like going into the vWii even when wanting to use the Gamepad only) and to use some kind of NFC repeater - possibly in the form of an Android App - to extend the range from the console, or even to stream over the internet to access the Wii U away from home? ....... I know these are big ideas, and I know that it wouldn't be possible with the current progress of the Wii U, but as a basic question a possibility and feasibility in the future of the consoles life, what is the likelihood of this being a potential reality? And are there any resources out there to help people who are interested in expanding into console programming to learn what they would have to do to do this right? Or to even contribute in some small way to help progress along?