Well you'll still have all the system channels (disk, news, shop etc.), any VC/WW games you purchase, the HBC, etc. etc.
Originally Posted by WBChunks
It doesn't matter. I keep it there. That way I don't have to download it if I ever need it again (in case of a brick or something). If you don't want to leave it, feel free to remove it.
Originally Posted by IceB1980
NOTE: If your going to keep it, you might want to add an icon.png and a meta.xml (see spoiler) to make it fit in better with your other apps.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<short_description>Install BootMii, DVDx, and the Homebrew Channel.</short_description>
<long_description>Install BootMii public beta 6, DVDX 2.0(?), and the Homebrew Channel 1.0.8.
BootMii is a system designed by Team Twiizers to enable complete low-level control of the Wii. It allows the Wii to be controlled mere moments after the On button has been pressed, before any IOS has been loaded and before the NAND filesystem has been read. BootMii can be launched from the Homebrew Channel from the menu that pops up when the home button is pressed.
DVDX is a homebrew application that installs a hidden "channel" which was used by other homebrew applications to access home burned and factory pressed DVD content without the need for a modchip. As of HackMii Installer 0.7, DVDX is dead and has been superseded by the Homebrew Channel 1.0.7 itself.
The Homebrew Channel is a self-updating homebrew application loader by Team Twiizers which allows users to load homebrew applications without having to run an exploit every time. Once installed, users can access the channel from the Wii System Menu just like any other Wii channel. It can launch or install homebrew applications from an SD or SDHC card or via TCP/USB Gecko using Wiiload. You can install the Homebrew Channel as part of the HackMii Installer by seeing the Installation part of this page.</long_description>