This is one of the best cases overall for PSVita it has a case inside that holds the vita solo plus games/memory cards.
BestBuy has all the PSVita stuff 20% off
$16 PSVita Vault Case is a good deal too
http://www.bestbuy.c...&skuId=4611274&st=ps vita vault case&cp=1&lp=2
Walmart has the hard game cases for $.XX & the car charger, power brick & official headset are all cheaper than MSRP
Highly recommend the pull and go.
Outer case holds tons of games AND charge cables will fit, plus I have the official Vita earphones that also fit with the charge cables.
The Inner case can be pulled out and can hold 4 games on it.Somebody mentioned it is too bulky I think they are referring to the outer case. The inner case is just like any other small cases. It's a semi hard case. Only the sides that touches the screen and the back have a hard surface. The sides are nylon soft, so if you happen to step on it tho analog sticks would go first, then the screen I would assume. But the hard edges will absorb shock if it was dropped IMO.
I also have a strap attached to the Vita and all you have to do is put the Vita heads down and face up and there's a hole between the cover and the pouch to let the strap hang out.
Also the strap will fit when the inner case go inside the outer, just let the strap sit along side the zipper.
Other noticeable things:
2 slots for memory cards on the outer case, but you can put the extra ones in the game slots, since it's spandex like strap holding the games the small memory cards most likely won't slide out of the game slots.
Also no special place for the AR cards but I just kept the sleeves and used a rubber band to hold the AR cards together. They might slide around inside the case but the friction of the outer and inner case and cable pouch pretty much holds the AR cards in place so it doesn't get damaged.
The charge cables are a tight fit in the cable pouch. Have to take the cables apart and fold and slide them in in a specific order to make it not too bulky. But once you figured that out it'll be easy to take them out and put them back in.