It's possible but it would a great deal of strain on us bandwidth wise.
Further more, becoming a provider of such material would require us to much more strictly monitor the uploads --- we could very well be hunted down (not by nintendo, but by the american companies who couldn't care less about us modifying Japanese content but would definitely go after us for stuff like music hacks)
Btw, Vyse, since I don't (and won't) have access for a while...
You can do something like
UPDATE brawlvault SET [whatever I named reported] = 1, SET [whatever I named report description] = "Megaupload has been shut down" WHERE [whateverthehellInamedlink] LIKE '%[megauploadlink recognizable tidbit]%'
It's based on statistics. Said stats would be the same before and after a refresh, netting absolutely no change.
That stat is the 'balance' to the top contributers (most hacks) / top downloads [artist] (most total downloads). People with more hacks are less likely to show up there as their average download count is less (total downloads / total hacks)
Hahaha, oh gee, that's sure been put in black and white.
In any case, I'm just here to say that I've also had very few errors since the update, so props to the whole cache thing.
Glad to here it's working better for ya. Also, oddly enough, I've found that money isn't a good incentive for me. The job has to be interesting. (Right now I'd like to kill a few people at my job for constantly changing their mind on a site design --- after it's been approved)