Scenario: A Marut and a Danavas are within hacking range of each other, not being in ARO range of any enemy. Order 1: Marut declares Move (Dismount) -Idle, placing the Karkata Remote Pilot next to it. Order 2: Danavas declares Assisted Fire on the Karkata, who is a REM and thus a viable target. Order 3: Karkata declares a Move(Mount)-Idle, switching out it's profile to the Marut's and transferring it's SUPPORTWARE and MARKSMANLV2 markers to the Marut, since switching profiles retains markers as it is the same trooper remounting their gear. Question: Do the supportware programs check if the target is a REM after they have been activated? I did find that the REM going into Isolated/Null/Disabled did not cancel supportware, as the Hacker is the one you need to inflict those status effects on to stop the supportware. Did i overlook anything? As far as i can read it, the only time where the 'ware checks wether the target is a REM is in the order declaration.