Finally, Sony has released the first major update for the PSP. You can download it using the system update on your PSP, or head on over to this site: Playstation.com Among the new features and changes: Network + An internet browser has been added Video + 4:3 screen mode has been added (for video saved on Memory Stick Duo media). + Go To feature has been added (for UMD Video and UMD Music). + A-B Repeat feature has been added (for UMD Video, UMD Music and video saved on Memory Stick Duo media). + Audio options have been added (for video saved on Memory Stick Duo media). + MP4 (AVC) has been added as a playable file format (for video saved on Memory Stick Duo media). Music + The combination of SonicStage version 3.2 (or later) and PSP system software 2.0 (or later) has made it possible for music files in ATRAC3 plus format to be transferred to a Memory Stock PRO Duo. + MP4 (the audio codec for MP4 format audio files is MPEG-4 AAC) and WAV (Linear PCM) have been added as playable file formats (for music saved on Memory Stick Duo media). Photo + Wallpaper feature has been added. + Image transfer feature has been added. + TIFF, GIF, PNG and BMP have been added as viewable file formats. Settings + Korean has been added as a system language in [System Settings]. + [Character Set] has been added in [System Settings]. + [Theme Settings] has been added. + [Internet Browser Start Control] has been added as a security mode in [Security Settings]. + WPA-PSK (TKIP) has been added as a security mode in [Network Settings]. + Web address shortcut feature has been added as an input mode for the on-screen keyboard. Fixes + UMD Music now appears under the Music icon + The PSP will remember your place during sleep mode on UMD Music and Video, as well as Memory Stick music. Also, your video display settings will be retained. Note that by upgrading you can no longer run 1.50 homebrews such as emulators, etc. Worth the trade if you ask me.