Those of you that have a Wii, how sensitive is the remote? By this I mean, for example in Wii Sports baseball, does the speed of a pitch depend on the speed you "throw" with the remote (not the same speed obviously, but relative) and does the accuracy of the pitch depend on how straight you move the remote? In tennis can you control what kind of spin you put on the ball or anything? Basically I'm trying to figure out how gimmicky the remote is going to be in the long run before I break down and buy a Wii. If it's the case that you can just shake the remote around any which way and it works, then it's going to get kind of lame pretty quickly (like those ping-pong TV games they sell at mall kiosks). But if the remote is good enough that you really have to do something that is kind of like what you want the game to do, then it should be good.