Ok just got it booted up. So far it looks like PSP-OSS. What i like about it so far is that all my homebrew is already displayed on the desktop, instead of having to root around a small menu liike on PSP-OSS, and theres no corrupt icons or folders. I can also see in the top left hand corner that there is a little animated symbol saying my battery is charging. It took me a second to release you had to move through the menus with the L+R buttons, a great improvement from other shells in my opinion, making for fast menu switching. I am now going to try the MP3 player. I can see there is no support for WMA, so i can't play 1/2 my music files, a big let down. When Fluff said "Fully functional media player" I expected something that could play other formats than MP3 and OGG. Ok , now call me a dumbass but i just made a playlist but i cannot get it to play after hitting the "Play" Button, wtf? Ok, it just froze, crap. Let me reboot. Ok rebooted. Still can't get anything to play. So far there is no integrated video player, so I can't play videos. I don't know what the UMD, MOD, and NET do at all yet, as he hasn't done that either. Neither the image or file menu seem to work either. Now i'm gonna try the loading of hb and UMD. The "My PSP" button does nothing i see, but homebrew loading seems to be working so far. nevermind, crashed. Ok, this is a piece of crap. Stick with PSP-OSS.