This was really weird, I never put this icon at the top-right corner oO. It was always at the bot-left Indeed, it need to be moved up. I won't remove it because i like it, sry . But I can add the "TV screen test" option inside the Adjust Screen option. There is a lot "TV screen test", if you choose one, i'll add it for the next update. Did you load a theme ? By default, there isn't any theme loaded. I included 4 'ugly' XMB theme inside the pkg. Nice bug. It already fixed for the next update. (In the v1.28, you can edit the color by pressing 2 time 'X', I added a invisible useless submenu) I have no idea what's happening. I deeply tested and fixed this option. I don't have any issue now... My main trouble is when I load a new theme I have reloaded every ICON0 & Covers... but as it's in a background task now, so it's not a big deal... You can have a look on PIC1 by pressing the button R1 with the theme "List" and "Grid". That's because I didn't want to bother. When it apply a filter some parameters change and instead of 'recalculate' them... i have just 'reinitialised' it. I don't know if i'm clear, long story short, i was lazy :p I'll try to fix it for the next update. I merged 2 of ur quote because the 1st quote/bug is the consequence of the second quote/bug. When it read the settings it doesn't accept a "false" value of the setting "payload", and so if it's set to "iris" for a PS3 iso, it'll change it to cobra/mamba. So, if I fix the second bug it will fix the first one. It's already fixed for the next update. +1, it's fixed. Done. Agree, I removed the option "use covers". This is a recurrent question : 'Patch EBOOT' is just a way of bypassing 1 check on the firmware version. It avoid the Error 80010009. Multiman is doing it when it's necessary : When the system version is older than the EBOOT version then just before it mount the game you have this message : http://i58.tinypic.com/28mnv4g.jpg (this isn't me in the picture ). Perhaps, i should do the same.... So, this option change 1 value in the EBOOT. Re-sign, do this => EBOOT.BIN[X.XX] -> EBOOT.elf -> EBOOT.BIN [4.21] It's not related to debug. Hmm... I don't know... let me think about it... And finally about ur issue in fw 4.46, i need to reproduce it, can you tell me what is your firmware ?