The PS Vita is a fantastic device. But one thing that I think would make it absolutely phenomenal, is if it had support for KEXEC into Linux (kinda like OtherOS from PS3). It has ample power to run it, both processor wise and has more than enough RAM to run smaller distros. But the real thing that would make it amazing is... Imagine the PS Vita TV and it's tiny size. It has it's own USB port, which can be used for file transfers and/or storage. It's fanless, has bluetooth, but even more importantly...it has an Ethernet port. This means, that with a little tinkering, the PlayStation Vita TV could be comparable to an extremely cheap single-board computer, and handle tons and tons of little tasks, like ARM compiled game servers, a basic web server, or even (if it could run similar stuff to the pi and kept the gpu hardware decoders), something like KODI. The PS Vita/VitaTV being able to run Linux would be revolutionary in the world of small computing. I think this should be looked into.