After reading this thread last week I decided to take the plunge on a PSP. Paid £60 for a mint unboxed red 3003. Wasn't sure if it was a good price but didn't mind really, my local game shop has done me some amazing deals over the years (Vintage Gamer in the black country If anybody cares).
I got it home and a few days later realised it had a bunch of emulators on it and was packed full of games, very nice surprise.
The games I picked up are...
Virtua Tennis Pro Tour
Bubble Bobble Evolution
Micro Machines V4
Capcom Collection Reloaded
Got the lot for £13 which I thought was a decent enough deal, not really sure what they're going for on Ebay. I'd imagine it won't be much.
Anyway, Sega Rally is fantastic. It's criminal I didn't play this when it was released, I'm not sure many people did mind. I'd imagine sales weren't great but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. I'll have to try the console version at some point.
Played a bit of Virtual tennis, finding it a bit difficult at the moment but just need to practice I think. Enjoying it nonetheless.
Played 1942 on the Capcom Collection, I'm horrid at it but i do love that game. Looking forward to getting into the other games, pretty sure I had this for the PS2 back in the day.
Micro Machines has been fun but it seems to be missing something that the earlier games in the series had. I'm not sure what it is though. Maybe it'll get better as I get further Into it.
Only game i am unsure about is Bubble Bobble, the guy who sold me it kind of gave me a grimace when he saw me choose it. I didn't know it had been released on PSP either, hopefully I get a nice surprise.
Last thing to note is the screen seems better to me now than it did back when it was released. Maybe I only saw the earlier models back in the day.
Fun times ahead.