"very well made, light, not noticably slimmer but most fat trimmed off."4.0 starson by unkowwn
Pros: very good, light, not as cheaply made as people say, and faster than older psp's
Cons: door looks cheap, but wont break or fall apart (unless if forced), all input ports are in the wrong areas!
Summary: Sony PSP Slim and Light, is very nice as far as its light ( and i mean light). not as bulcky as well. one thing to look at is the how sony decided to put all the ports in the wrong area. for example. the headphone jack is on the bottom left hand side of the psp, which makes it very stupid when putting normal headphone jacks. the only headphone jacks that fit in the pocket is the one sony uses because it fits snugly and wont break off in the pants, the headphone jack location should be switched the power jack. also the Wifi jack IMO should be switched near the power jack, its not like anything is there anyways. other than that buttons, screen, and case is pretty much same (except the back). People say the back is very badly made, but as faras the sony stick port, i only opened it once to put the card in, and it should never break unless if i fiddle with the tab. Also the UMD tray seems very cheaply made, but when you think of, it what makes it lighter is how they had to remove soo many parts, arnt most things that are light seem like it breaks easily, personally i havnt complaind about it since i got it, and i only use UMD ( not homebrew) and it never felt like it was going to break. As long as the owner opens and closes it correctly, it shouldnt break. overall good upgrade to the PSP.