I use Tversity. Works good...
XBox Live Arcade games are cheap (most only costing $5-10) so why would you need to pirate them in the first place?
So in this case, I should be looking for a modded Xbox that is not banned, so I can still get online and buy XBLA games.
I don't remember, what are the factors that can get you banned on XBLA?
I'm going to agree with Entexman here. You can sort of justify piracy I suppose against the large publishers, since they are huge businesses and typically sell their games at prices that don't necessarily reflect the value of their product. But in the case of XBLA or PSN games, these games are typically small developers that are barely making it as a business. You're basically screwing over "the little guy".
Personally, as I've gotten older I've sort of come full circle with the moral implications of piracy. Stealing is stealing, just because you're not physically breaking into someone's house, doesn't make it right. So you're no better than the assholes who broke into Shane's house earlier this year and wiped him out. You're not in Mexico anymore, man...
OK, so does anyone has a Flashed, not banned Xbox 360 for sale?
Neither of my 360's are modded, but I know guys who have been modded forever and have never had any problems other than keeping up with the firmware updates as they are released. Depending on who you talk to, this seems to be a pain in the ass. Involves opening up your 360 and your PC each time from what I understand. The thing, of course, is that not updating when you are supposed to is supposedly one of those ways they can tell your machine is not on the up and up.
If XBLA games are important to you, you may want to consider just going legit on this one--grab the latest build of Shane's "Under $10" app and feast on 5 years worth of bargain bin goodness. Otherwise, ditch XBLA and just grab a dirt cheap banned box for $50. Many (not all) all of the great XBLA games are available in disc compilations anyway (like Geometry Wars, etc.). If you're not going to be doing much online gaming, I think there are enough disc based games in the 360 library to keep you busy for a long, long time--certainly enough to get your $50 worth.
Well.. to answer your question directly, sorry I don't have any I am willing to give up. At this point I have three "core" 360's. One is flashed, one is legit (and easily flashable if need be), and one is UNTOUCHED & very jtaggable (a valuable item ). All my original 360's have died so I got this batch all free from clubbing.com but they were hard earned through months of bot-game playing at 1000 pts a day. So I it'd be too hard to part with them... sorry.