So, here's the rundown. Basically, there's this new stylus design invented by Elton Leung that flips out and gives you a wider grip. That's right- no more pinching together that tiny little stylus as you desperately try to move it around on your screen. The biggest advantage of the XStylus is that you're able to store it in any DS slot, and the stylus slot for OpenPandora. It's kind of hard to explain, but the website explains it a lot better. The reason I'm posting this is because I know a lot of people can benefit from the stylus, especially those who need more pen-like freedom of movement when playing touch-screen games like Nintendogs. The wide grip also gives your arms and fingers less strain because it's wider apart. Elton has only 14 days left to raise 1,090. I'd say that's maybe around 6 $15 contributions a day. $15 is the minimum that you can contribute to get a set of the styluses (styli?) when they begin to get manufactured. You will get a special set that is exclusive to the people who were able to contribute beforehand. The only reason I'm saying "contribute" rather than "buy" so much is because the $15 really matters. You can donate more, get better perks, but I'm not some, like, ad guy or something. The deadline is creeping up and, if the goal is not reached, the host website called IndieGoGo will charge 9% instead of 4%. Really, the goal is around $9,000 instead of $7,000 to really get production going. By the looks of it, I felt I should help out at least a little. So do DS fans a favor, and by contributing you'll also get your own pack of the XStylus.