I have a 4 day cross country trip coming up and I would like to bring a game system along to help ease the time. I've narrowed it down to four choices, and am leaning towards the gamecube option: 1. Buy an Xbox monitor ($170.00) for my Xbox plus a power inverter (around $70.00), totaling around $240.00 (ruled out- too expensive!) 2. Buy a PSOne with the monitor attachment ($150.00), plus the cigarette lighter adaptor ($40.00), plus a memory card ($15.00), plus games, totaling around $230.00 (ruled out- too expensive!) 3. Buy an Intec Gamecube monitor for my existing 'cube which includes the cigarette power adaptor for both the 'cube and the monitor itself ($130.00). I've got plenty of games to play and a memory card as well, so no need to purchase those. 4. Buy a GBA SP ($100.00), the headphone kit ($15.00), and three games ($90.00- Castlevania: Aria, Metroid, and Mario Advance 2), totaling around $190.00. My concern is that I am not planning on keeping the hardware (or software) after the trip (although I wouldn't mind hanging on to an SP for airplane trips). EBGames will give me $60.00 for a trade-in on a GBA SP, and I can't seem to find a going rate for used GBA SP's on eBay (I only find new units for sale). If I choose the Gamecube monitor option, I am unsure if I could purchase it and return it to Best Buy after the trip (or if I even feel comfortable doing so). Furthermore, I'm unsure about their return policy if I try the monitor out and find that the quality is severly lacking. Has anyone had any experience with the Intec Gamecube monitor? Which option do you think I should choose: paying $130.00 for the Gamecube monitor whose quality I am unfamiliar with or paying roughly $200.00 for a GBA SP plus a few games where quality is not a concern?