Don't say this won't happen! In Nova Scotia, there was outrage when a teenage girl, Rehtaeh Parsons, took her own life because of intimate photos that were shared on the Internet without her permission. These poor girls needed to be protected from the Evil Intarwebs! So the politicians reacted and came up with a Anti-Cyberbullying law ("Cyber-Safety Act").
Guess what poor little teenager's case was the first tried in court...
...are you still there? Right. It wasn't a teenage girl but some native band leader (counts as a politician) that complained someone had posted "abusive, obscene and defamatory comments about her and her family" on facebook.
Later on, it was decided the law was -in US terms- "unconstitutional" and was struck down. So yeah, expect specialized firms working on behalf of politicians, executives, celebrities, and the like to scour the internet for anything unflattering and using bills like these to get them removed and, more importantly and frightingly, erased from history.
It's to be expected that for the first batch, QA standards aren't too stringent, as they need numbers, numbers, numbers, to get 3rd party buy-in. Early PSPs had some stuck pixels, but later ones were fine. None of my VITAs have stuck/dead pixels.
I was planning to wait for the Mario Bundle, I'm guessing with a Mario-Red and Luigi-Green joycon, as here in Canada the Switch debuts at $400 and there's not even a pack-in game included. Yeah, that's $400 CAD and it also proves that a low CAD vs USD might be 'good for the economy' but it's bad for consumers (e.g. you and me). Hopefully by that that time the Canadian Dollar regained some of its value.
Would've been nice to add that little tidbit in the summary.
Coding is easy; All you do is sit staring at a terminal until the drops of blood form on your forehead.