1. Depends... I have some that I use PSP Video-9 to put into as small as 300 Mb or as large as 700 Mb.
2. You need to upgrade to a bigger card. Luckily you can find a 2G card for like 80 bucks now.
3. The PSP has external speakers but they arent too loud and are extra hard or batteries.
4. You can store plenty of games saves on the PSP if that is what you were refering too. Rumor is that you will be able to buy PSone emulated games offline to play on the psp. Im sure they will be pretty large files. Larger than 32MB anyway...
5. You can't transfer anything to the UMD itself.
6. Battery life depends on what you are doing. With headphones and music I get like 6 hours. Watching a UMD movie or playing a game I get 4-5 hours. Having the Wi-Fi turned on for browsing the internet, I can get about 3-4 hours. Not bad considering the screen is huge.
7. You can put video podcast meant for the ipod video on your memory card and watch them on the PSP. Speaking of TV, you should look at location free TV. It works like sling box and throws what is on your TV over the net so you can watch it on your PSP. You have full control of TV box from the remote location. Pretty sweet concept.
8. PSP comes in black for now. They just released ceramic white in Japan, and those should hit the US soon.
Hope that helps. Rumor is that there is a upgraded PSP in the works with 4G of built in memory and a camera. Research before you buy. Honestly all you have to do is see a PSP in person and you will be blown away. Amazing multimedia tool. Hoped this helped.
I would like if you could answer these questions:
1. How much space do you need for the memory stick duo card do you need to store Movies?
2. With a 32mb card- can you still watch movies using UMD discs?
3. Can you hear movie sound without earphones?
4. How many games can you store with a 32mb card?
5. Can you transfer DVD and VCD movies both into UMD discs?
6. How much video battery life does it have?
7. Does the PSP have TV podcast?
8. What colours does it come in?