Hi all, I bought a PSV at the Asia Gameshow on the first day (23rd. Dec.) it was released in hk and wanted to share my experience with you. First of all the machine is beautiful, I got uncharted and mvc3 and both are excellent. Ok problems...After charging the machine i noticed that when the machine was not plugged into the charger the psv would throw up error messages. To cut a long story short there was a problem with the battery. Also under dark conditions i noticed blotches on the OLED screen. In addition I queued up 2 hours before the gameshow started but had to queue for 7 1/2 hours in total as Sony only allocated 5 cashiers to handle the 550 people who were chosen to get hold of the machine that day. Nice one Sony! I went back to the gameshow to exchange the machine only to be told "sorry the machines are for sale only, you have to wait until the 28th Dec. and take it to the repair shop". If one were to buy any electronic equipment at a retailer in HK it is usually policy that if the machine is faulty it can be returned within 7 days. I think it is very poor that Sony does not offer this service. When I took my machine back on the 28th December to the sony repair shop, I was told it would take upto 7 working days for my machine to be fixed. This is the 7th day and I have had no response. I called Sony and they said they would get someone to call me. Still waiting... In addition, there were about 10 plus people that also brought their psvs back on the same day as me (first working day after Xmas holidays). The majority had problems with the 3G model having no signal. So the moral of all this is if you are thinking of importing a model wait until the teething problems have been fixed before buying. Second sony's aftercare service in hk is s*it! Shame as the ps vita from my limited time with it impressed me as a gaming machine.