Not to belittle the great work the modders do of course. Sometimes though it seems flashing is a much bigger headache then anything else. Example here would be a asus motherboard. Asus live update..more dangerous then most since it run in windows with possible conflicting programs. Awardflash..much less of a risk since it run in does with nothing else running but it a good amount of the time a major pain because it seems to hate modded bios..(invalid windows license error) Asus ezflash..built into most modern asus motherboards and is also safe and easy to use..less carring about modded bins but it ever now and then does something odd and makes all the memory go poof after a flash except 127 megs. As yet there seems to be no sure way to flash that doesn't at times drive one nuts. What do you think? Ps.. the eee pc bio update software seems to be the most direct and sure way to flash a pc yet..worked ever time i had to use it without issue.