So Sony announced that Playstation Plus is launching on the Vita with 5 titles: Uncharted GA, Gravity Rush, Wipeout 2048, Jet Grind Radio, FF Tactics (the PSP remake I believe), and Mutant Blobs Attack!!! (which I dunno what that is).
For me, if anything could convince me to buy a Vita as is, this is it. But that also means that you'll probably have to buy at least a 16GB memory card, in addition to the cheapest hardware which would be over $300 all together. The good thing I guess is that if you already subscribe to PS+ because you have a PS3, that might not seem like a big deal. But if you don't, then you're looking at paying a whopping (approx) $350.
So, I mean I guess that could be considered good because you have a guaranteed year's supple of games, and the Vita is currently bundled with AC3L, and the CoD game for no cost above the core hardware. And in a way its like putting the hidden cost of buying a new console all out there. I'm sure you could easily spend over $300 buying a 3DS with some games. Buut, its still a lot of damn money. And I still think the Vita is a fundamentally flawed product, that diverges the gaming market at a time when it is screaming for convergence.