If this isn't a sign of bad things for PS3 I don't know what is... a local store here actually has them in stock. Several 20GB models. So I thought to myself, "maybe I should buy these, and eBay them" but before I did I went home and checked what they were selling for. People were lucky to get $599 out of these $499 models. Now that sounds like a $100 profit, but it isn't. You have a good $40 in eBay/PayPal fees as well as nearly $40 in tax, that is a $19 profit... IF you managed to sell at $599. Most were going for $530-$575, effectively causing the sellers to LOSE money. I thought this might be just the 20GB models, but it's not, the 60GB models weren't selling for much of a difference. With Wiis still selling for over $500 on eBay (I watched one end yesterday at $715) this really seems to show the lack of consumer interest in PS3. I thought it was going to be bad, but not THIS bad. I can walk into a store and buy a PS3, but I can't get a Wii for the life of me. And yet Nintendo has had MUCH more stock then Sony, a good 10X more Wiis have been shipped over PS3 but somehow I can't get them. Is PS3 honestly bombing this bad? What gives?