OK I have seen the ps3 screen-shots and movies of gameplay, not really that much of an improvement, especially not for the price, also the core numbers are not the only thing you need to look at for specs and I didn't say it would have better graphics I said its probably more advanced we can't even tell yet at Nintendo has not released actual specs. Also the game developers had hardly anytime with the actual Wii before e3 to pretty up their games, look at the new red steel pictures, the graphics are well improved from this generation and this is a first run title. The Wii is using fast specialized ram and the pipelines have been upgraded to allow faster transfers, because it doesn't matter if the processor can complete all the games processing in .5 seconds if the system cannot move the data fast enough, also everyone is caught up in numbers, the amd systems have used speed+ in sales being that their processors calculate data as fast as a pentium running under the + specs and people got caught up in the whole numbers game. So even though the numbers are smaller that doesn't mean less processing power in the first place, I know chances are the Wii will not be able to do the same graphics as the ps3 and I never said it would, but its just silly to buy a ps3, if you want gameplay, the Wii has everything beat, if you want graphics the PC always reigns supreme because by the time the console is released their have been upgrades for the computer already released also that were not available when the console hardware was thought up. So long story short quit looking at #s and look at the actual games, this isn't accounting. There's no since arguing over which one is better anyways, that like saying what crayon in the box is most blue, everyone has a different opinion even if their all green with 1 blue crayon everyone will not agree.