I don't know about you guys, but I absolutely HATE the PSP's browser. It is slow and very hard to navigate on certain pages. And I haven't seen anybody post about this before, so I figured I would share. Using the homebrew PSPKVM, you can install and use java applications normally designed for cell phones. The latest version of Opera Mini (4.1) works using PSPKVM. PSPKVM: http://www.pspkvm.com/ Opera Mini: http://www.operamini.com/download/pc/gener...dvanced_midp_2/ Download the latest version of PSPKVM, which at this time is v.0.3.2. Download opera-mini-advanced.jad and opera-mini-advanced.jar from the Opera Mini website. Put the pspkvm folder from the archive into your PSP>GAME folder (or GAME150, depending on what you're using) Put the 2 opera mini files on the root of your memory stick. Start PSPKVM and find and install the .jar and .jad files, when prompted for which device you want to use, choose J2ME Standard 480*272 Connect to the internet, and enjoy. Note: When I installed this on mine, I received an error that said, "Verification of server certificate failed. Please check the date setting in your device." To fix this, go out to the XMB and make sure your date and time are correct. The easiest way sync the time with the internet. If you have any questions about getting this to work, post here and I'll do my best to help. Here's a picture of gbatemp on Opera Mini, taken with CWCheat EDIT: Tip: Go to settings for Opera Mini after you have it installed, change the preferences for Airtime to "Just do it and don't ask" and this will skip the confirmation to connect to your network.