The VitaTV right now is full of so much potential, and if Sony plays its cards right, it could be the future of PlayStation. At first it will be a small, cheap gaming console that will let you play PSP, PSone, and select PS Vita games. It will also let you stream video services such as Netflix and YouTube. You can watch movies, listen to music, or even browse the web. It will also be portable. Going on vacation? Throw the VitaTV and a couple controllers in your suitcase and play some great games with the family in your hotel room. You can put it in the kids' playroom so they can watch Netflix and play games. One of the great things the PSone had that the PS3 and Vita don't have is a load of kid friendly games. My daughter is 7 and she loves the PS3, but mainly because she likes playing the old Spyro and Toy Story games from the PSone. Later down the road the VitaTV will get patched to support the Dualshock 4 and have remote play capability. This will mean that you can suddenly have a second PS4 in your house without having to spend another $400. Right now I have two PS3s because there are two different rooms I game in. The VitaTV then becomes an inexpensive extender for the PS4 to other TVs in the house. Then even further down the road they patch in PS Now. This allows the VitaTV to become the one console to rule them all. It will take time, and there will be a lot of hiccups getting PS Now to work smoothly. But they'll get there. Suddenly this $99 box can not only play PSP, Vita, and PSone games, but also PS3 and potentially PS4 games as well. In order to get there however, Sony needs to do some things right. First, they can't let low sales figures in Japan deter them from pushing this thing forward. Japan is a handheld-centric gaming nation, and it probably wasn't going to be huge there anyway. This is a device that needs to be pushed in the West where people spend more game time in front of TVs. Also, the low sales are a reflection that a lot of the potential for this system isn't here yet. Once the PS4 integration happens, the value of a VitaTV increases exponentially. Secondly, if you look at my list of benefits for the VitaTV you'll notice they all have something in common. They're all benefits for adult gamers who probably have families as well. Don't market this thing as the solution for 20-something hipsters. The group of college buddies sitting on a couch playing CoD are not going to want this thing. Go for the older gamer. Market it to guys in their 30's and 40's. I think it's a market segment that is often overlooked.