561KidRadTue 11th Feb 2014 @8BitSamurai Awesome! This particular Japan exclusive tends to spring up on eBay every once in a while. Also, I'm probably going to replace my Black GBA SP with an indigo GBA which is what i previously had years ago during it's launch. I don't know, i was never really crazy over the SP's cheap clam shell'no frills' design. The back light is great and all, but it just doesn't quite look nintendo...PLUS it doesn't even have a head phone jack. That's where an adapter comes in, which basically turns your the SP into a sega-like concoction. lol @KeeperBvK The NA releases came in a variety of different colors, but i'd rather opt for the Classic retro look. Actually, it's more of a replacement if anything. The only sole reason to even keep the original Brick GB is purely out of nostalgia. The monochrome pea soup contrast adjusting PQ wasn't exactly pleasing to the eyes even then, and the horrible nasty motion smearing made for one messy experience On-the-go. I can't stand playing GB games on it, besides the sound doesn't even work on it anymore. I do have a Gameboy Color....but in all honesty i don't want it. I'd rather go for the Pocket and get that vintage GB look. It beats out the original by offering a slimmer compact build, less motion blur and black & white visuals. @ogo79 What Repro based sites do you recommend? And have you played New Ghostbusters II? Crazy, that it was actually developed by HAL of all people. Turns out it along with GB on the genesis(Which i rented back in ze' 90's)were the best GB games of the poopy retro lot. Never cared for the first(Heck, who did!?), or it's frustrating near impossible sequel on the NES. Edited on Tue 11th February, 2014 @ 11:12 by KidRad Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game NIntendo Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!