Here's my guide, it's in PowerPoint form, but it's packed with info! I normally update it about once a month
"Which PSP Is Right For You?" was originally a comparison PowerPoint to help new PSP buyers decide which one to get, but as the version number increased, more and more basic info was added to it. It was re-named at v4.0 to "Beginners Guide To PSP" so people would know it's a lot more than just a comparison. For more info on what's in it, see this page on my website.
It's already been a year since I started BGTP It's come a long way, and to show it, I've included a special v1.0 Anniversary Edition. This special v1.0 has the same slides as the original v1.0, but the info has been updated, I mainly did it to show just how much BGTP has changed over the year, and it's sometimes fun to look back
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