I wanted to pick up a 360 on launch day and I even tried hard to get one. To my dismay I ended up with nothing but a corded 360 controller. A month later, I looked back on how the 360 is performing and to me it seems like a good thing that I didn't get one. For one thing, it is suffering from the problems that the original XBOX suffered from, mainly not having enough exclusive titles. One of the big draws for me to get one was for Elder Scrolls Oblivion. Now that I upgraded my pc so it can play that game I dont really need a 360. Also I can have the best of both worlds by plugging the 360 controller into the PC. A few other titles that are coming for 360, but also PC are Blazing Angels, GRAW, and even Condemned is making its way here. The next problem it is facing is piracy. Apparently they have cracked the first 360 iso and are even close to having a working 360 modchip. If you remember how blatently hackable the original Xbox was, you think that Microsoft would have taken more measures to protect their rights. The PS2 took a while to get pirated games running as smoothly as they do now on the Xbox. Because now the Xbox is completely hacked, hell you can even turn it into a Linux box if you want. To me the 360 still seems a glorified PC and that will never change my opinion from being a Playstation lover.