Right, but didn't you missed the point? The PS3 isn't worth the price b/c games/software are what spearheads a popular console, not hardware. We have yet to see extraordinary titles that take advantage of today's hardware capabilities. The two worlds of software/hardware are markets of different tastes and attitudes. Gaming development is the combined effort of artificial intelligence, theatrical storylines, physics, etc. Hardware seems to be much more simple than creating a mind, a plot and a world. Yes, we are capable of producing better games - the problem comes when the industry doesn't create the right incentive for the proliferation of independent development.