Sony really, really needs to stop screwing early adopters like they've done with the PS3 and PSPgo. They're building a terrible rapport with consumers this generation with all the indecision.
um how did they screw the early adopters of either? i mean sure the psp2000 is a lot better than the original, but if anything the original release has been the easiest to run homebrew on, even today! as for ps3 -- the early adopters have by far the best versions of the console, especially the 60gb crowd. full BC! (yes the 20gb model sucked, but the 60gb is still the best, by far - hardware bc, extra usb ports, memory card reader).
if by 'screw' you mean 'overcharge' well then every manufacturer 'screws' early adopters since the system price always inevitably drops.
that being said, im not going to get the pspGO untill either A) someone hacks it for homebrew and ability to move my umds over or
B) its available for 50$. whichever comes first.