Yesterday me and my friend went to GameStop and he was looking into getting an used PSP. He had the money on him and GameStop said they had 3 used PSPs in a box for only $100 each. Good deal, huh? Wait till' you hear about them... they said they were PSPs that they were selling "as is" and that there was no refund policy. So then we ask what if it doesn't work and they responded "it's sold as is and there is no refund policy at all. Then, we ask if he could play one to see if works or atleast turn it on and they said no. Then, we ask if we can atleast see the PSPs and they let us. The first PSP he showed us looked like someone took a screwdriver and made a hole in the screen. The next one he showed us had an okay screen with only a few small scratches on the screen but, it looked like someone spilt something on it and they tried to scrape off the "Sony" logo. The buttons were a bit wobbly, too. I wondered if it even worked. The next box had a literal brick where the PSP would be and paper around it! I mean seriously what's up with them? They should be checking what they sell!