Ok, this didn't get much notice in the massive thread I mentioned it on, and I was hoping for some comments, so as much as I hate it, I have to start another Wii thread. Ok, there is a video interview with Perrin Kaplan, VP in charge of Marketing for Nintendo, over on IGN's Wii site where she is asked "are there more hardware secrets in store for the Wii" and she replies, "yes, yes, yes. Next Question." The next bit of info is this, http://revolution.ign.com/articles/708/708155p1.html, interview with a Konami developer. He mentions that the Wii has "built in physics simulation". There were rumors many many months ago talking about the Revolution (at the time) having a hardware PPU. I think that's the last bit of news. I think it will push the capabilities of the system to "the next level". Not only will there be the impressive physics simulations allowing the Wii to do the things that the multi CPU core 360 and PS3 can do, but also free up CPU cycles and memory for improved AI and, yes, graphics. I think that's the last piece of the puzzle. It will give the system the little edge it needs to pull of some cool effects and games, as well a little more headroom to make us say "wow" at the graphics, as promised. What do ou guys think?