I'm very impressed with the concept of a Wii, but I am wondering about the execution of the final product. I have a few concerns before I purchase. I'm hoping a few of you can chime in and help me out. 1) Remote Control Motion Precision. I'm concerned about the precision of the controls. When playing games like "boxing" or "tennis" does it recognize the subtle changes in your motions that would constitute the difference between a cross and a jab, an upper-cut and a body blow, etc. Or is it simply "he who swings like a madman the fastest wins". I'm using Boxing as an example. Please feel free to apply the idea to whatever games you play. 2) Poor game choices for adults. When I browse the game section at walmart most Wii games seem to be designed for 11 year olds. Some of my favorite games on my old PS2 (last game system I had) were Soul Caliber II and God of War. I didn't see anything that was comparable in style. On my computer I have recently enjoyed Witcher, Half Life, Gears of War, Doom, Fear, etc. I didn't see many games at all that seem geared to the adults like those I enjoy. I did see 1 or 2 games, but I am concerned about spending the $$$ to play Lego Circle Jerk. (can I say that?) 3) How effective, realistic, and fun is the ability to play a FPS game with the remote rifle? Are we talking Duck Hunt 2.0 here or something better? Thanks very much for any help and opinions you can give. The idea sounds good, I'm just wondering about the bank for the buck for an adult male without kids to consider.