I've read that the DS browser addon is not going to support WPA encryption. This seems like a very very major flaw that is going to hamper widespread use. For your home, yes, you could drop down your wireless encryption to WEP if you really wanted to, just to use the DS. But most hotspots (and most any network you run across, be it at someone's home or business) nowadays are going to be using WPA, not WEP. If I understand it correctly, that's it: you can't use the DS with it, and that stinks, to put it mildly. Actually I think it's the DS itself that can't work with WPA, not the browser, but it'll affect a lot of people who want to use the browser. Is there any way the firmware could be updated to support WPA? This combined with the browser supposedly not supporting Flash (which increasingly a lot of sites require) really tempers my enthusiasm for it. Am I wrong in saying Nintendo has taken a short-sighted, half-assed approach to the whole internet-connectivity experience on the DS?