I bought a PSP 2000 White used awhile back, but it felt exactly that, used. A tiny spec of dirt affixed itself to the LCD screen which will not remove with air. That's not the biggest problem, I can live with it, however, the D-PAD and buttons feel downright awful. I would characterize them as mushy. When pressed, tactile confirmation on whether I am actually pressing the button isn't that great. I replaced the front of the case with another, because the external screen was quite scratched. The controls are mushy compared to my DS Lite 3 years old, whose buttons still have quite a bit of click still in them. Would you buy another PSP now? I guess all PSP's are now hackeable, previously not known to me, and why I bought the 2000 about .5 to 1 year ago. Will the Vita be able to run PSP games? Emulate/run them in software them once it is hacked? What would you do? I'd love to refurbish what I already have, but the only buttons and cases I've found are low quality crappy Chinese stuff. Thoughts? I'm tempted to snatch up a PSP3000 for 130$ if I can still find one, most all retailers no longer carry them, and second hand prices are skyrocketing. Are retailers still carrying them? Unlike the 3DS I will be waiting significantly on the Vita till its hacked. Buying the 3DS day one was a huge mistake. By the time good stuff happens for it, games/homebrew, a new lighter better unit will be out. I find the PSP to be a vital system as it emulates two systems incredibly and better yet on the go, those being PSX and SNES. My super-card snes emulation doesn't do it for me. Any thoughts on my dilemma would be much appreciated.