Definitely, and I think it ties into HD and who doesn't have it. That being said - most people buy LCDs and plasmas to have the best PQ available, and those people aren't going to buy a Wii over a 360 or Ps3 when the Wii doesn't have the same graphics. A Wii HD could fill this void, but I still don't think it would be done on the level of a 360 or Ps3 where it's going to be jaw dropping and revolutional going from a Wii to a Wii HD like it was going from the Ps1 to the Ps2 and the Ps2 to the Ps3. The Wii hits the "it's fun" void better than any other console to casual gamers and people who've never played a game before in their lives; the fact that soccer moms can get Wii Fit and nursing homes have Wii bowling tournaments proves it. Those people make up the majority of the Wii sales, if it was broken down. If they polled thousands of gamers who called themselves hardcore gamers, I would be surprised to see the Wii end up in anything but last place (especially since most hardcore gamers are heavy online players). If the Wii didn't have friend codes, I think it would be eons above what it is now; however, it still boils down to what's popular online and that favors the competition (CoD4, MW2, and Halo 3). The Wii is (IMO) it's own double edged sword. It's cheap, lots of people own them...but it's not powerful enough to run a lot of games so they either recode the game for the weaker hardware, or they don't release the title at all.