Yeah that is right, you can find the deck builder on the home page of http://www.pokemon-tcg.com. I haven't tested it yet but I do know you need a My Nintendo account in order to use it. It contains and easy to use database of the cards including the ablities of saving the entire accurate collection and entire decks that you make. However only EX: Ruby and Sapphire is the only collection listed at this time. I fill you in more as I look in to it. Also there is a new Learn to Play Demo on the Learn to Play section. It is very comprehensive and explains everything perfectly. This is a great referal to any new players you may know. Now here is what thinks is really cool for Card Fakers plus other artistic fans of the Pokemon-e TCG. They have replaced the Community Poll tab with an Fan Art tab. They have given rules for sending your image to their site for possible posting. It does look like you can use Blanks from www.fakecard.com and www.pokemonzeo.com to help make computer generated cards (make sure you follow these sites rules to using their blanks). With these new updates it really give indepth look at the future of Pokemon play, I think it is more likely that the premeire tournament format is going to be EX: Ruby and Sapphire on since there has yet to be anything on the past for previous cards. Of course there is nothing on the site yet that leds to confirmation about the new tournament structure, but there is sure alot of emphasis on these two collections only.