I have owned this from launch and it not all that different from gaming on the DS, It plays games what more needs to be said about that.
I bought this to link with the PS3 and watch stuff on the move, which the name "Go" would suggest would work well. It don't work that well at all. its fine if you are stood next to your PS3 but then i might as well just be using the PS3.
It is better than the DS at looking on the web but its not 3G so i might as well use the laptop or the PS3, I think that sony got a bit mixed up here as to who the target market is, it was to appeal to big kids but the ability to cope with media types lets it down big style
The battery on this is shocking, feels like i turn it on and have to stop playing and plug it in for a charge.
The software that this comes with appears to do nothing but take up space on the desk top. I have tried and tried to use media progs that come with Sony products, MG juke box, Sony Connect, etc. they all are unable to cope with the volume of media that you would have on Itunes. They are also unable to convert anything.
The HDD on this is also too small to store much although there is an expanable slot for M2 cards.
Its like this was a good idea but they never got past the first week of ideas or testing!! its just not a finished product. You cant even streem from a network drive you seem to have to go through the PS3.
Dont really have issue with the screen size or sore thumbs.