http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6397797.stm I don't know anything about the PSP and won't pretend to but this article made for an interesting read. It's rather nice seeing a news website wake up to what we've know has been going on for years, but with respect for the homebrew community rather than instantly jumping on the "omg piracy!" bandwagon. A pleasant surprise for a Monday evening. Although on the down side, is this going to throw piracy even further into the mainstream? I mean the article does acknowledge that firmware hacks do enable piracy, so lots of readers of websites such as the BBC who wouldn't otherwise know that piracy on handhelds is possible could pounce straight on that side of it without caring about the homebrew aspects. Well I'm just thought-dumping here, I'll stop now.