Alright, so as far as the XBox 360 goes: I've had a few dollars lying around, so I went... a tad crazy and, aside from the system, an extra wireless controller, two charge-and-play adapters, Gears of War and TW2007 (which is really fun), I also nabbed the HD-DVD drive (the lady at best buy, seeing me drop 1k, gave me a look and said, "So... who is this all for?" and all I could say is... "ummm... me."). I was pleasantly surprised to find that a free DVD came in the box (King Kong HD), and am, of course, extremely happy with the picture. I feel kind of silly trying to explain to my dad, "Can't you see how much better the picture is?!" but whatever. I notice it, and I think 200 bucks is a great deal in the face of HD-DVD players going for 500 bucks by themselves. The digital audio sounds quite good hooked up to our 5.1 system, and I'm actually very happy with how quiet the HD DVD player itself is, considering that the X-Box 360 sounds like a fckin' wind tunnel. To be honest, Tiger Woods 2007 has been the the real nice surprise of my little binge. Very fun game - I've customized the golfer to look like my dad. There are a few questions that I have, however, and if someone could help me out, I'd be appreciative. 1. Due to my awesome technological know-how (relative to my parents, which isn't saying much) all the internet in our house is wireless. The problem is, the cable modem supplying the wireless is nowhere near the television/xbox setup, ergo, I'd have to string a rather long Ethernet cable through the house to get XBox Live. I do however, have, aside from the Airport base station, an Airport Express, boosting the signal of the wireless network. It currently sits in my brother's room, but it could just as easiliy be moved next to the telvision. My question is, can I attach the 360 to the airport express, and thus run XBox live? Or am I just going to have to string the ethernet cable over to the base station. I could, obviously, switch the places of the base station and the express, but I'd prefer to leave things the way they are, if I can. Question 2. I bought a version that came with a game in the box (need for speed, or something like that) and I found that the hard drive that came in it is only 10gb - or at least, when I created a save profile for a game, it said only 10gb was available. Then again, maybe it meant that over 10gb was available. I'm not sure, but the important number is 10. I'm not amused, because I thought it was a 20gb drive, and it doesn't say on the box. Is there something I'm missing? Gripes - I'm astonished at how loosely the cables fit together, especially the digital audio. The power brick is hilariously large. The last time I saw a power-intermediary that big was when a friend of mine leant me his Japanese Neo Geo 12 years ago, and I had to use a 30 pound block to convert the power. Fears - I am of course, very worried that this thing is going to start malfunctioning, especially considering how pleased I am with it. I'm sure I'll get blue-screen-of-death'd before you can spit, and you'll have me on these boards cursing up a storm. Overall - Woot.