I travel a lot for work and my Vita has been the ultimate thing for curing boredom. It still is the system I use the most and will be for a long time to come. The Switch looks good (if seemingly a little too fragile looking...) but I don't think it will replace the Vita for me. For one the mobile battery life looks to be quite short and the games that come out on Nintendo usually never appeal to me as much. I have owned a DS and 3DS but after some brief flirtations i've always returned to my Vita. I for one won't be investing in the switch - the games line up on release is less then impressive for me, sorry to say. Maybe further down the line if it really takes off - but even then I've still got a backlog of Vita games to keep me busy for many years to come. It still surprises me that so many gamers didn't support the Vita - complaining about memory card prices but the Switch is going to charge huge amounts for it's hardware add-on's and I'm not hearing any complaints... But whatever, there is still a huge Vita fanbase and the games are still selling. And what games! Still have about 20 titles due out this year I'm interested in. As far as other systems I use for games... the only thing I play on my phone is Piano Tiles Other then that, I don't like playing games on it as I prefer physical controllers for most games and don't want waste my phones battery life. Finally I still own a PS1,2 and 3 but never got around to getting a PS4 or PS4 Pro yet. It seems that a lot of the games coming out for it are not exploiting it's full potential (same could be said for Vita yet I don't really expect a handheld to have AAA games, I'd rather play those on a big system)... plus paying for multiplayer and all the DLC and ADD On levels I find bullshit. So that has put me off getting one for now. I will cave eventually as I want to play the God Of War / Res Evil / Uncharted games on it. Again, those who only want a Vita to play these kind of games... why? You are never going to get the same experience playing the 'big games' on a small handheld. So what does everyone think? Will the Switch/something else replace the Vita for you or will you still be using it for a long time to come?