So funny. I can hear the cries of PSPgo owners everywhere as they now wonder why they paid a premium for the version with the smaller screen, no UMD drive, and less games that cost more than the UMD versions.
Sony already acknowledged that they aren't supporting PSPGo when they kept on releasing special edition PSP 3k's for MGS:PW and the upcoming God of War. How much more notice does a person need? PSPGo was an experiment that failed miserably and they want people to forget about it, but they can't outright end it so soon or investors will be unhappy.
So they'll keep making a few and retailers will keep putting them on sale, lower and lower, hoping a few schmucks will be lured into the Sony Dam of Large Cost. Meanwhile, the rest of us will be in the PSP 3k Promised Land where you can get the best of the Sony DLC and the best of the Untamed Market of Discounts. If there's a deal for a PSP game at Amazon, Gamestop (used), or Walmart, you can buy it. No restrictions.
I'm not against digital-only consoles, but I am against versions that are positioned to cost more (both in hardware and software) than a version that offers less features yet costs significantly more.