i would too.
i would have been satisfied with the ability to hold more than 2gb data alone.
i would too.
If Nintendo modifies the drivers to allow game play directly from the SD card, it would surprise me if they didn't also roll in the changes to support SDHC.
The other opportunity for extra storage is USB, But since they're already using SD for storage, it might be easier to upgrade that to SDHC than to add support for external USB devices which come in a wide variety of configurations (flash and hard drives of various sizes.)
I don't know what would drive the need for more storage. My experience with IT is that the data expands to fill the space available.
In my particular case, I think that DLC and add-ons for GH:WT and RB2 could meet that need. I could see a track pack that would load to SD and then be available when you load the game.
Having more storage would allow developers to add updated features to Wii games or patchs. Currently the wii storage is too small so developers leave that part out of the development. That meaning once a game is release there will never be a patch as the game was never design for it from the start. A larger storage would also mean larger and better Wiiware games.
I think they should allow gamers to hook up an external hard drive to the Wii through USB. Nintendo can begin to sell a 20-40 GB hard drive and in the end make more money. This is the best option for them. SDHC is a decent option, but I think a hard drive hook up would be better.
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