There will be a lack of bashing in this thread, I'm a GBATemp "Lurker". I generally read guides on GBA temp and do a bit of research before posting anything. A few months back during the summer I purchased a DSi, I was, like many under the impression that nintendo would release games like Golden Sun through the nintendo-store. http://web.archive.org/web/20080705152433/...net/?page_id=20 (Yes, this is my first FAVORITE on my new W7x64 Windows Home Premium : ) (Man upgrading from 32-bit vista home x32 to x64 W7 was annoying T.T) However, despite my purchase of an AceKard2i I soon grew tired of the DS's limited range of games and emulation. For example, there was no way I was going to pay $40 for an iplayer soley so I could emulate GBA games. Thus, I started looking around at the PSP homebrew scene and realized just how hackable PSP 1000's are in comparison to the DSi. Needless to say I ventured over to my local gamestop and traded my DSi in towards a PSP-1000-Phat and bought a 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo. I'm a poor college student at the moment; I'd like to inquire as to the best, cheapest place would be to buy: A) Pandora Battery, (I don't want to attempt modding one) B) 4GB Memory-Stick-Apparatus. (Whether it would be worth it to use some combination of Micro-SD/Adapters Etc) Currently, I'm running OFW 6.10 w/ a 2GB stick w/ my 2 games 1) Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 2) Final Fantasy VII What's the most cost-effective memory use with the PSP? I don't think it's to use the [Memory Stick Pro Duo(s)] > or so I've been lead to believe. (and what type of memory card reader/adapter) would I need? I have a kingston micro USB reader I was using... At the moment I've looked around and it looks like: Pandora Battery $15 http://www.pandorasales.com 4GB Memory Stick --> (MMS) $15 as well. I'm not asking for any help with setting up firmware at the moment. There are plenty of guides over the internet. I can follow directions.