I was just wondering if there are any potential legal gotcha's with the act of modifying a game console to allow it to play a backed up game. I come from the old days of DTV testing, and was one of the thousands of testers who received cease and desist letters from DTV after they raided and closed down the card reader/parts distributers and confiscated their customer lists. This was a pure civil matter as no laws were actually broken. Loss of revenue by DTV was the driving force. I suppose this hobby could jeapordize Nintendos game sales revenues if people were DL'ing games or making backups of rentals... but nobody I know does that. Should we be concerned about future ramifications from Nintendo? Should we be using MO's or cash for all purchases of mod chips and installations to protect our identities. Can one be prosecuted for modding a console for someone else? I'm new to this sport but have seen bad things evolve in similar areas. Any thoughts?