Wrong, Bhstickman. The extra graphics memory does not make the card twice as good, and in fact could actually make it SLOWER. Often, when extra RAM is included on a low end display card the RAM chips used have higher latency than normal, leading to reduced performance. The 9200 graphics chip is too underpowered to adequately run anything which requires more than 128Mb of display RAM, and the availability of 256Mb cards for such low powered product lines is simply a sales gimmick!
If you take notice of the 'specifications' mentioned on PC games boxes you'd be led to believe that Video memory is the most important thing to consider, but it's not. The graphics chip on the card is the most important contributor to performance. Cheap cards aren't as good, and adding more memory doesn't make them good!
Oh ok, I keep thinking that more memory in the GPU is better. What is the memory in the GPU used for anyway? Also, my friend just bought a Visiontek XTASY 9550 Radeon AGP and he says that works pretty good. Is that an adequate card? Or is it just another underpowered card that is supposed to be the same as the ATI chip?