I picked up the Tearaway bundle for €150. It doesn't have a memory card included, so I ordered a 32 GB one, but it will be delayed till it's here because apparently it's sold out and will be re-stocked in 3 days. Which means no games for me. First thing I noticed is that the screen doesn't look that different from a PSP Go in terms of crispnes though the colors seem to be a bit too saturated. Second, you can't use your 3DS touch pen on the Vita, because it won't work. You are forced to smear your shiny new display with your nasty fingers. You can later enable button controls as those are disabled by default. The introduction music was annoying, the Vita is supposed to be a console for core gamers, not for happy-life-is-good families for god's sake. The UI is definitely not a PSP and I had trouble figuring out how to exit the tutorial app. The analog sticks felt a bit short which perhaps means you won't have much accuracy with them. No issues with dpad (which this time is a real dpad and not four separate buttons) and face buttons. The rear touchpad is a no go. It's literally impossible to hold the Vita comfortably without your fingers touching the rear end all the time. You have to use a grip. The select and start buttons are too small. They look a lot smaller in real person. Again about the OLED screen. The colors seem to be a bit too saturated, especially reddish colors. Sadly there is no way to adjust the color intensity. Still, it's a pretty awesome screen. Apparently Sony uses another touch screen technology than Nintendo as the surface of the screen is darn hard without any visible layer covering the screen as you know it from the DS/3DS. This is perhaps the reason why my touch pen didn't work. Overall the Vita feels like a pretty sweet device with obvious issues (that are partially fixed with the Vita 2000). Nonetheless I am keen to play with it more (once I get my memory card ).