Was wondering if anyone had an idea on if there is a way to get this to work. I recently got a hold of a device called a Wireless Media Stick from HSTi. Great little device that plugs into the USB port and then connects via wireless to any shares I have on the network. So I had this brilliant idea, let's store all of my games and homebrew on a network share and use the Wireless Media Stick to access it over the network. Saves me the trouble of moving the external hard drive around anytime I need to load something new. Well I bought one and it's not working as I had hoped. Go me for not researching this a bit more. lol The problem is with how the Wireless Media Stick mounts and presents shares to the device it is plugged into. For example, if the share on my network is \\server1\wbfs then the Wireless Media Stick would present it as \server1\wbfs\ (if plugged into a Windows machine). Whatever it is plugged into it always uses the folder structure of "hostname\sharename" which puts the wbfs folder way too low. I've already asked support if there was the remote possibility of adjusting how the Wireless Media Stick present shares and there wasn't much they could do. So I guess the question at this point is this: does the wbfs folder have to be in the root and there is a way to change the path that my Wii uses to look for games? I'm currently using the Configurable USB Loader but I am willing to change to anything that might help me out. I've looked around GBAtemp as well as other Wii related sites but have come up empty so far.