I'm not all that enthusiastic about the DSi. The bigger screens are nice to be sure, but the camera and mp3 playback are of no more use to me than pictochat has been. On the other hand, the GBA slot on the DSLite gives me access to 20 years of Nintendo goodness, so in my mind it's a huge loss. The GBA catalog contains awesome NES and SNES ports, as well as a boatload of bona fide classics made just for the GBA. Unfortunately, it appears pretty obvious that the majority of consumers are not troubled by the loss of the GBA slot, and the DSi is selling well. For a luddite like me, that wants the DSLite to stay on the market as long as possible, that's potentially bad news. I know Nintendo has said the DSLite would continue at retail for a while alongside the DSi, but how long you really think that's gonna continue? I don't expect them to kill off the DSLite this coming week (E3), but it wouldn't shock me if they did. But by the end of this year at the very latest, I surely do expect the discontinuation to be announced. What do you all think? Guess I'm just gonna have to cough up the bucks and get another one to have a spare on-hand.