Boy, this has been really frustrating. First PSP go I get, was nice, white, and stuff... and then not even two days after I find and get the official Sony PSP go cradle, and the component video cable, and that one refuses to charge from any method whatsoever. Luckily I was able to get it replaced at a gamestop from having their in-store warranty. I had to pay a bit more since this one was a 're-manufactured' model, and it was in black... but I was just fortunate I was able to find another one at all. At least the downgrade + CFW worked (mostly) without a hitch. But now this one seems to not want to charge from the official cable that was provided with it at all. Not to mention that unlike the first, this one is being rather finicky about when it's time to connect it to the PC. It will still charge from the cradle, though. So, I'm really at a loss of what to do. Assuming I can find another PSP go at one of these to replace it with, what if I just keep finding one busted one after another? So, I'm asking you gents... Should I pursue gamespot to find me another one that actually works? And if so... Should I try to go for it? I like being able to use the bluetooth to hook up a PS3 controller and play on the system, which helps in particular for those PSX games that use more of the controller. Should I just give up and get a 2000/3000 series model? It'd probably feel better in my hands, but then I'd obviously miss the bluetooth... and I'd need to hunt down an MS Pro Duo to use in it, since nobody, anywhere local to me would even carry that magical adapter that would let me use two microSD's in one spot. This would also mean that I would lose the ability to use the cradle and video cable I have meant for the Go... Swear off the PSP altogether? Hope and Pray that I could get my hands on a used Vita with a 'sploitable game installed on it? Kinda don't want to do this because of obvious money issue, but... Just kinda stumped and not sure where or how to proceed right now.