When the scene was greeted with the Bluedisk firmware yesterday, obviously quite a few of us were pleased to take advantage of this new discovery. Just having the ability to boot many more games on a patch free basis was enough to sway some of us to upgrade, while still others made more tentative decisions. With this release came the subsequent leak of the 4.21 keys used to construct the firmware, so as such it didn’t take long for others to follow suit.
Rogero, famous for his own CFW, is one of the first major players to try this out with his own option built around a similar architecture. However, it should be noted that there are plenty of limitations mixed with these added features. Despite the fact that you can play more games (with the original game disc inserted), it can only be added on 3.55 CFW as a system update, and will not work on downgraded consoles unless your system has been dehashed properly. Not to mention one of the biggest differences is that all of your current 3.55 homebrew (with the exception of multiMAN) will not be functional on this new environment because the applications need to be signed again. If you do however, favor playing more official games and want you network access back without losing eventual homebrew options, this might be a good option for you.