Then don't do anything else if you don't want, or go ahead and enjoy all the benefits of having it modded.For me, the greatest benefit is having all my discs loaded onto a hard drive, so my copies of Smash and Metroid Prime Trilogy never have to even , and the only thing the final update will do is stub any c IOSes that aren't stock.
Your home-brew channel will even still be there after the update, although you may need to reconfigure your wifi settings to work with wiimfi. I did and still am deeply researching on the Homebrew, it took me 1 month of intense reading on it just to feel okay with even installing only the HBC.
The problem is most articles don't really explain what is it from the inside, what happens in the code and where in the system code/firmware it makes the changes.
I did this myself from a fully modded 4.2U system menu to the latest 4.3U.
I only had to reinstall the c IOS v10 r53 c IOS pack and everything else was still on my SD card, and worked just like it always did, except now I have the latest wii system menu.
I am very very uncomfortable about any modding or hacking and like the system completely clean.
I updated it to the latest 4.3E system version when I first turned the console on and the system asked/recommended me to.
However, should you need any assistance you can easily find some guides on Google.
Note that this updating process is not the same when installing DLC.
Back in the Homebrew channel, launch the Wii Mod Batch. If you save them to the SD card, they can be launched via the Homebrew Channel.
We assume that you already know how to get the game updates in decrypted/extracted format.
If you do otherwise, you might override and corrupt your files.