The Bart Simpson PSP Bundle from Solutions 2 GO comes packed with a number of useful accessories for your PSP, all done Bart style. The pack includes a case, screen visor, USB charger/data cable, four UMD slip cases, and three replacement analog nub buttons. Take it from someone who's lost an analog nub on a long plane fight, replacement nubs aren't easy to find. The inclusion of three nubs in this bundle is by itself a strong plus in its favor, and the fact that each one has a Bart skull logo on it makes things even better. The UMD cases are a nice touch too, because I never seem to have enough to cover all the games I want to take with me when I travel. And none of my other UMD cases have a cool Krusty skull logo like these do. I also like the inclusion of the UMD charger/data cable. If you've ever upgraded your PSP's firmware via your PC and had to work to find a plug for your PSP during the upgrade, you'll really appreciate this cable. Just plug it into the USB port as you do with the regular cable and you have the bonus of a power plug that uses your computer's power to charge the PSP through the port. Nice and convenient.
The screen visor screws into the top of your PSP and provides a flip cover that can be thrown down in a pinch to protect your screen. It's good for when you just want to toss your PSP into your pack without digging out its case. When the visor is flipped up you can still easily get to the PSP's triggers, so it doesn't interfere with your play. The screws that attach it to your PSP are a little too long though. If you tighten them down all the way you won't be able to open the UMD slot. Easing up a bit on the screws eliminates this issue while the visor still remains firmly attached. The visor itself is emblazoned with a cool bad boy Bart skate picture.
The case has a faux leather feel to it and includes a white Bart skate logo on its black surface. The case is sturdy and should provide good protection for your PSP as it bounces around inside of your backpack. I was also able to open the case all the way and use it as a way to prop up the PSP on a flat surface for movie watching. The interior has a mesh pocket for UMDs but it's a tight squeeze. Two UMDs in their Krusty cases fit comfortably, but when you add all four you'll just be able to get the case closed. Keeping all four UMD covers in the case seems to put some stress on the zipper's stitching though, so doing so all of the time may eventually cause the case to come apart. If you're trying to pack a lot of movies onto an international flight then you'll need a bigger case, but otherwise it's a great way to carry around an extra game or two.