Gameboy Micro is the best handheld Nintendo has made, simply because it fits in my pocket. The DS Lite is huge in comparison. When I put it in my pocket it takes up my entire pocket with an ugly rectangle bulge. When I play a DS Lite, it's usually at home, on a plane, or somewhere that I planned to take it. The Micro, on the other hand, is always on me. If I run into an unexpected wait, 45 minutes for a seat at a restaurant, it's there to keep me from boredom. The micro is smaller than my cellphone. So here's my dream: A DS Micro, same size as the original micro, but with a flip screen. I don't know if it's technically possible, but I do know that DS games are surprisingly small. If the DS gave up GBA compatiblity, that's a whole lot of room freed up. Gameboy Micro was a huge failure for Nintendo. Nobody bought it. But maybe that wasn't the Micro's fault - Nintendo doesn't think so as you can see here: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/kessan/060607qa_e/03.html Nintendo blames marketing for Micro's failure, not the Micro itself. If they were to try again and make a DS Micro, would you buy it?