So far, with the 360 and the PS3 running a lot of the same titles, the difference appears to be whether your prefer the motion sensing or the rumble... As one who doesn't own a PS3, I'm not one to say, but one of the things that really turned me off to waiting in line for it (other than the obvious ... waiting in line part) is the fact that they dropped the rumble in favor of the motion sensing. I love rumble, and have ever since it... um... rumbled onto the scene with the N64. It adds a lot of intensity to the game, and I still have yet to hear someone say, "Dammit, the rumbling screwed me up," (although I'm sure it's happened, and even then, you can turn it off). For the few who do own a PS3, I have to ask, what do you think of the sixaxis? Does it make the games more exciting? It's kind of my feeling that if you're going to do motion sensing, you do it full out ala the Wii, but hey, what do I know. No one doubts the PS3s capibilities - it's a disgustingly powerful piece of machinery. However, and I know it's been said many times before, I get the feeling that they've just been a little bit off in terms of gameplay itself, and I wonder if it's going to catch up. A friend of mine also commented that, with only 256 mb of RAM, compared to the 512 of the 360, the PS3 is kind of crippled, although maybe it hopes to use its processors to simply power through the memory dearth. We'll see - I'm really curious as to how owners feel about it, the SIXAXIS specifically.