Sony's recent PSP-3000 upgrade had one major feature change among its other small updates: the brighter, increased contrast and wider color gamut screen (above: old top, new bottom). The more vivid display takes more power overall, but the rest of the PSP's components are now using less power, giving battery life a net change of zero, which is good. But the interlacing issues which results in visible jagged lines and scan lines on motion? Well, it's there, but it's not that bad. Here's what you should know before you buy a PSP 3000.