I have an 80 GB PS3 which has recently run out of memory space. I have already tried to delete unnecessary data, but I just can't delete anymore as there will be tons of new games I will be picking up. Which of the two alternatives do you guys suggest? A. Try trading it in for a newer model with more room in its HDD. I consider this because the model I own is the 80 GB type, backwards compatible with ALL PS games (PSX-PS3), and therefore might not have to spend that much on a trade. Another reason is that all the games I owned on early systems have been made available on the PSN and/or re-released in HD--owning a fully backwards compatible PS3 is no longer an issue for me. Besides, my PS3 is quite old, and I am rather afraid it will croak thus having made it inevitable in getting a new model. OR B. Swap out the HDD for a 500 GB type, hold on to my current model longer, and send it to Sony for repairs in the case that it craps out.