Lemme get this straight. Sony releases the PS3 before they have enough to keep up with demand, all to "beat" Nintendo to the gate of release... Large retailers get their hands on less than 10 PS3s for each store. (amounting to about 20-30 or so in a city of 50,000 college students, no im not bitter im just astonished at this business practice) Same thing with the Wii, only the same stores that sold the PS3 had alot more Wiis than they did PS3s...but nonetheless not enough for current demand. This begs the question, whose bright idea was this? I can forgive Nintendo as they are at least going to have more Wiis for the Holiday Season whereas Sony has said, Yeah maybe more sometime next year... So, the people who actually got their hands on a new system, PS3/Wii are the ONLY people in existence who can actually purchase the games and accesories. If BestBuy sold 6 PS3s, then they can only hope to sell to those people and those people alone. If everyone buys the same games, BestBuy only needed to stock 7 of each game. Im betting there are store shelves lined with PS3 games and accessories that wont move an inch for months. Basically im amazed Sony had the gaul to start selling something that few could actually get and then sit on their hands waiting for more to be produced so they can finally actually start selling the console and its accessories...which drive a console's life. crazy.