Hi there. One area of software "piracy" (stupid phrase btw) that bothers me more than most, is the ripping off of Nintendo DS/DSi games. It just seems utterly pointless, considering the games range from £12 to about £25, which is an absolute bargain for the many weeks/months/years of enjoyment to be had from them. I can understand it with DVDs; you watch the film once, maybe twice max, and then it becomes a redundant plastic disc. I am bemused by those people who are more than willing to shell out the £60-200 for a DSx console, but then refuse to invest their money in a decent and utterly brilliant software title such as "New Super Mario Bros" or similair, for such a measly sum as is asked. Another point is this; those dorks who do so, will often not be able to download firmware updates for the console, as it could prevent their "R4", or whatever variant, from working. Also, in years to come, when the console becomes collectable (and it surely will, given enough years), then where will be the collection of used and/or boxed games, to sell to Nintendo addicts? You're telling me that someone is gonna pay you for an R4 full of downloaded ROM copies? lol It seems utterly stupid, is all - especially when the games are SO good, and SO cheap... but evidently not as cheap as those who refuse to buy them.