Sure its good to get a 360 but if you want to play most of the games you'll need a HD tv because trying to read text in the games on a standard TV is just too difficult. I tried to play dead rising and you start off easy but the text is waay to hard to read at a distance on a standard tv.
Halo is a good game but I never opted to buy it or play it more at a friends house because of the controller configuration. Two joysticks for one character. That's bloody confusing. It was the main reason why I lost so many times on multiplayer mode.
I've also played metroid prime, which is as good as Halo and has a much easier to control controller layout. Why is it the standard for many FPS to utilise two joysitck configuration?
I'm a bit doubtful about the Wii motion sensitivity having the potential to replace the two joystick config found on most FPS and leave it with one joystick used for moving and aiming the Wiimote at the screen.