As you all probably know, the new 40gb PS3 is out, selling for £300...meanwhile, remaining 60gb PS3s are being sold, with 2 games, for £350. Now, I eventually want a PS3 (I decided a long time ago I'd rather have a PS3 than a 360 - this issue needn't be discussed), however I wasn't planning on buying one this year as there are loads of Wii games that I want and that I will be perfectly happy playing with for the foreseeable future. But this offer is only available until the remaining 60gb PS3s are sold out, then only 40gb ones will be available. Although I don't really have much problem with the 40gb PS3 (I'm not arsed about backwards compatibility as I don't have any PS2 games anymore and I won't be buying any new ones, and the other 'streamlined' refinements appear minimal, I think), it seems logical to get the 60gb with two games for only £50 more! But I'd only be getting it to save money later on, there aren't that many games that I want for it currently, but there are some that I would want when I eventually got a PS3, whether they're out now or coming out in the future. Another thing is time. I don't have too much time to play on video games, I'm struggling to think how I'm going to have enough time to play all of the Wii games that are coming out, without destroying my degree! So include some more games onto that and there would definitely not be enough time for me to play all of the games that I want (need), unless I played each one for about 5 minutes! So what does everyone think I should do?