I recently purchased the Cobalt Blue 3DS that was released 3 months ago. Not to be confused with the Aqua Blue which was a launch color for the system. This was the type Blue I wanted anyway, since Aqua Blue seemed too green for me.
This Blue has a very nice shading for it, it may one of the best kinds of Blue models since the DS, if not the best compared to those. It's definitely great up in person, and I'm actually glad that I waited for getting a Blue colored one. I'll have to get a shot of them all in comparison in a later update in this post once my 3DS is done charging. It's definitely cool stuff, especially if you have a 3DS that's American and has a different color than this. And if you're wanting to play a 3DS game that's only Japanese Region, not to mention there's a lot of other content that's that's exclusive for the region.
From now on, Single Distributions will not be using the Duodecuple Hack. There's an issue with Flash Carts and will probably never be fixed on the hack. The best solution I could come up with was to easily remove the hack on Events that only use one Wonder Card. Events that use multiple variants of Wonder Cards haven't been changed. Luckily enough, the more popular Events like Victini or Keldeo will work with all Flash Carts. And not just some with Wood Firmware. And I also apologize for people having issues. Maybe some day I can come up with a fix that'll work for those multiple Wonder Card Events. All single links have been updated, along with the master zip for Distributions. For anyone wanting to replace their collection for NDS files, simply order by date and extract all the ones that have 6/4 on them and replace them with the new.
Speaking of new Events, and the release of the new games. All Wireless Distributions from here on now will also be compatible with Pocket Monsters Black 2 / White 2. So once Keldeo is released, it'll be able to sent to those games right on the get-go just like how it would be if you acquired it from the actual Event. I'll also consider making old Events compatible with the new games later on like I did for Generation 4. I'd like to just see how the Hometown value will be and how all of that other stuff checks out once the games are released.
I also have some other updates coming along soon that aren't Pokemon related, coming out through weeks or months for Summer. Especially with Rockman stuff on the other blog, even if the franchise is pretty dead.