First I would like to say to icepick:
I am one of the many that appreciates the efforts and selfless hours of work that FifthElement (and many others) contributes to the world of portable gaming; to help us less experienced newbies. And, Thank You FifthE1ement.
Now prior to any research, I just recently purchased a DS Lite and GBM with supercards. I have spent days learning to use my supercards and trying to convert media for my son to watch. Unfortunately I did not come across Fifth's DS Lite Guide until I had already answered many of my own questions via other forums and websites as well as this one. However, had I discovered his guide, I would have only spend a couple of hours instead of days getting on my feet with my new purchase.
As for his reviews, defined by m-w.com:
re•view - 4 a : to go over or examine critically or deliberately <reviewed the results of the study> b : to give a critical evaluation of <review a novel>
Nothing there defines a review as being unbiased, besides the Title of his work is "Complete Guide..." As for the Guide, under the comparison chart he states the pros and cons of all. Now obviously he is very into Homebrew and like the 99.9% of world is tight on money so his preference is the Supercard Lite. It is very clear that stop_loading has a preference to a different Flash Cart, so I would be more than happy to read a review or guide of yours, as your number of posts seems high to me. (Also based on his guide I plan to change my son's SuperCard MiniSD to an M3 so that video quality increases, however the extra length of the M3 sticking out of the GBM is a bit disturbing.
One last thing, I believe this sub-forum is entitled “SUPERCARD.”
FifthE1ement, thanx for sharing all of your wisdom.
And sorry everyone for the long post.
New to the SuperCard Arena and very impressed!
-White DS Lite (US)
SuperCard Lite (White)
2 x 512MB Sandisk Microsd
-Game Boy Micro
2GB Minisd (No Brand)