If you look at Nintendo's history.. Game Boy (1989) Game Boy Pocket (1996) 6 years Game Boy Light Game Boy Color (1998) 2 years Game Boy Advance (2001) 3 years Game Boy Advance SP ( 2003) 2 years Game Boy Advance SP w/ Backlight (2005) Game Boy Micro (2005) Nintnendo DS (2004) 1 year Nintendo DS Lite (2006) 2 years Nintendo DSi (2009) 3 years Nintendo DSi XL (2010) 1 year Nintendo 3DS (2011) 1 year Nintendo 3DS XL (2012) 1 year Nintendo 2DS (2013) 1 year New Nintendo 3DS (2015) 2 years Is it safe to say that based on these blocks of units (3 original GBs, then 3 GBAs) (4 DS's, then 4 3DS's) the next batch of Nintendo handhelds will be a new line all together? Or will they continue to milk the dual screen? Two screen's is nice and 3D now that it's stable is actually looking like less of a gimmick (for those who don't get headaches from it). My theory is they actually might have 1 or two more versions of the "New 3DS".. maybe a smaller one and maybe one with even better 3D down the road. But after that I think Nintendo might make a jump and go back to a single screen and begin to re-innovate their handheld lineup. Your thoughts?