If this is a taboo topic then feel free to close it and I apologize in advance, but there's a positive moral to this story, and I need some help from industry experts. I wanted to play Brawl early, so I imported a copy and got my Wii modified, no shady game-pirating or anything, but still, wrong, lesson learned, it was stupid. It was about three weeks ago, and now my Wii has a disc-recognition failure rate of like 90%. But my question isn't about the chip. What can I do about this? Obviously the store is at more of a risk considering I'm a minor and the other guy is an adult with a managerial position at the store he runs. I wouldn't be so upset if the shifty-eyed Hong Kong guy hadn't charged me 100 dollars and assured me nothing would go wrong. Again, if you're not allowed to help me with this, I understand, and am really sorry if me posting this is a problem, and if it is, just close it and I won't mind. This whole thing was a stupid mistake on my part. But I'm just hoping you can help me with this because you have a better idea of how these things work. Would it be totally unreasonable to threaten them for a new Wii? I'm not a vindictive person, but this has me pretty upset and desperate.