Do you suppose that, once Sony starts releasing licensed mini-games for their PSP to download to your memory stick, that actually works on new firmwares (1.5+ and 2.00), it will be much easier to dump them, and/or hack licensed mini-games for the neccessary code(s), and use them to upgrade old homebrew (for 1.00 & 1.50 PSP's) software, or to make new homebrew games work on 2.00?
If that is the case, then I might as well not trade my PSP, and wait a few more months to see what Sony has to offer for, as officially licensed mini-games, and then to see if the homebrew community can crack their software for easy acess to upgrade old homebrew, or make 2.00 homebrew games.
However, I suppose that Sony might put some seal, or nearly uncrackable software, or something to make it that much difficult to crack their licensed mini-games for their PSP, making it more difficult to make homebrew software for 2.00.
The only reason why I am affraid to trade my PSP for 1.50 firmware is, the previous owner of an already pre-owned PSP might have already registered that # from their PSP, and I may not be able to register it later, since the 1.50 might have already been registered by it's pre-owned owner. However, with my current PSP, I know I have the option to register it anytime. Though I am dissapointed that I got a 1.52 and not a 1.50, which is why I upgarded to 2.00.
So, I am hoping that Sony might make some new/good mini-games sooner or later, and find out how the PSP community feels about them, and/or to see if it will make it that much easier to crack new firmwares with their licensed mini-games available. :)