Hello everyone, Just bought a PS Vita a few days ago via eBay, arrived about half an hour ago. It's the original phat 1000 series with the OLED screen and 3G, going from the No Service message in the top left corner. Doesn't come with a PS Vita style memory card (all the flaps are empty) or a USB cable (other than the one already on the mains adapter) but they're easily sourced for not a lot of coin I'm sure. I got it for a good price used (£64.99 including postage) and it's in close to mint condition, the seller specified on the auction that it's never had a game in it. Checking out the system settings to see it's running probably the original firmware 1.06 is an excellent sign - from the little I've read so far I'm guessing there's a lot that can be done with this because it's so many versions behind the current 3.5x ones. Before I do anything though - including connecting it to my home WiFi because I understand it'll try downloading an update as soon as I do, which I don't want if it'll block the ability to exploit - I have a few questions. What's the best way to modify this thing? I'm looking to set it up as I did my PSP-3000 model, with some PSP games (I have a bunch of ISOs already from where I set that one up), emulators (ideally ones that run natively which I understand would help the speed of the SNES a lot) and so on living on the memory card. I'd guess Rejuvenate? Do I need some sort of update blocker before I connect it to WiFi etc, if so what should I go for? I have a PS4 as well. If I wanted to use the Remote Play function would this mean the PS Vita would have to be on the most current firmware? Because Remote Play isn't a huge priority if it would affect exploitability. I'll no doubt want to get some PS Vita original games for this, I'm thinking the Uncharted prequel, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and God Of War Collection. Are any of these games going to update the firmware beyond 3.18?