Ok, better build - debatable. Care to wager by droping your PS3 from various heights until it breaks? More features - Not sure about this one. As far as I can tell, it's blow for blow here. Free online - You do realise that the Wii has this also right? Do you know much about the Wii? Better games - debatable by far. There's literally nothing that really interests me on the PS3 right now, and for the foreseeable future, and I think it's the same for quite a few others too. Motion Sensing in every game - Ye, because motion sensing is a total gimmick hey? Sure, some people could have implemented it better, but at this stage, it's more testing how the wiimote could be used. Besides, on some games, you have the option of using the Gamecube controller/classic controller. Graphics - Considering we've mostly seen ports so far, I think the best is still to come. Besides, you equate the graphics with the system. In 2001, the release of the Gamecube, Capcom wouldn't have been able to do Resident Evil 4. It's the latter games like that that are also being ported over, and to be fair, it doesn't detract from the game at all. Resident Evil 4 is still fun to play even 2 years down the road. More Potential - Possibly, possibly not, but in the end, the PS3 is also a very big risk factor, since it doubles as a wedge for Blu-ray into the homes. Remote batteries - So what? In terms of downpoints, I think this one is not all that bad. Sure, you could get rechargables or a dock charger, the possibilities are down to the individual. Personally, I got a couple of charging docks. Sure a little extra money, but in the end, it's serving me quite well, and I know they'll work even after the PS4/Wii2/PS5/Wii6 will be around, because they're replacable.