To be honest, i'm not buying anymore dongles. I bought the X3Max and 1 week later we had CFW. Also, when BD-R cost $6.00 per disk and $100-$400 for the burner it would probably be cheaper to just buy the games or wait for a PATCH or new CFW to come out.
Seriously, it can't be that long. This just seems like a waste of money to me. Your going to use it until a new CFW comes out and then it becomes the newest inmate in the drawer of old tech, along with your old jailbreak dongle.
Maybe i can answer you. There is a method for burn a BDR properly. Seems a tool is needed. If you ask to an indonesian vendor who speak in english, he can show you how things works, and how to burn your games. No, it's not a normal read 'n burn. Simple reason. BDR is modified to work with their dongle. So obiouvsly eboot are easy to extract and shared on Multipuload, trash if you try to analyse them.
Impossible without their tool to replicate
Feel free to stop to share eboots. It's pointless, trust me
Not likely if they're using a 3.55 fw. dumping the ram after loading it will get you a clean unencrypted dump of the eboot fresh from memory along with any other lv2 patches they've got in there, just a case of reversing it from there or just taking the unencrypted eboot and using that with a HDD dump on any other 3.55 cfw
The only way to understand and eventually replicate their work, is opening their dongle. Not just physically. If not highly encrypted (i doubt) like cobra, could be easy to make a clone. How exactly things works, is still unkown. Seems they own 3.6+ keys, depryted eboots, re-encrypted them and now your BDR works.
Reason because if you try to burn a game from a website, it will not work. Their tool just adapt the BDR to work. But eboot is the last part. The key is inside their dongle. That's all
we don't need to understand their work or replicate their work or get their key though, we just need an unencrypted copy of the eboot, luckily enough the PS3 will be holding a copy in ram otherwise the game wont run.