I've been playing the AGS 001 since I can remember. I sort of like the light on it. It's very dim and kind of gives it a retro scanline look. I think it's really good for dark rooms, which is where I usually play in. But I am finally intrigued by the brighter AGS 101 backlit screens like the SP AGS 101 and Micro. I already have a AGS 001 SP, and it feels a little more cramped. Whereas the Micro may be small, but I feel it might have more of a controller feel. Some questions?: 1) Are the backlights on these two the same? I thought I heard that the SP AGS 101 is actually better than the Micro because it has more vibrant colors, but can't find a source. 2) This is specific to the Micro. Obviously it has a smaller screen. - Is the screen truly sharper compared to the SP? Maybe because it just takes the native resolution output of the GBA and puts it to an exact fit on a small screen? -Or is the picture basically scaled down and makes the picture look somewhat jagged? You know what I am trying to say.... like when you get a really big picture in Windows Paint and shrink it down a bunch, it doesn't look sharp, it looks all cramped and jagged. 3) Should I consider a DS Lite? You can find these cheap in used condition.