I just love it when you find a company whose products you adored for your kids when they were younger and then you learn they make something for their older years, too. The "Didj" from Leapfrog totally fits that bill. I just love Leapfrog. I've always felt kids needed be engaged with technology - it is the way of our world anymore - but reading and math will always matter. Leapster manages to marry the two in a way my kids love and I feel comfortable with. When my kids were younger, first we got the LeapPad with Princess books and later Thomas books for my son. Then, I introduced video games to them with the Leapster. They played Spiderman and The Incredibles while spelling and doing math problems. Now, at a lovely event hosted by Leapfrog at the Four Seasons last weekend, I learned that Leapfrog offers a video game-like system for my seven and nine year olds. My kids were thrilled to try the Didj and they play it every day now. It looks very much like the PSP - small, hand-held with strategically placed buttons. It has my kids asking questions like is 36 divided by four nine? Or saying, mom I know what nine times nine is - all while playing a video game. They love it and I feel good about them playing - what could be better? Thank you Leapfrog!