Just read this news clip. http://www.gamerevolution.com/news/view.php?id=4465 Talk about a rough ultimatum! But how much of a hit would a price drop be in the long run. The PS3 has hardly gotten on well with developers since they started the system with a new and different design program. And they've continually pointed out how packed the system is hardware wise as well. So everytime they talk price drops they get a little squeamish. But let's face it, they can't even say we're the cheapest BD player out there anymore since the gap has closed on that market. At what point do you accept that you're taking a hit on system production and settle for giant royalty checks? The fact of the matter is no parent is going to choose a PS3 over the cheaper systems. Of couse, I'm nowhere near a CEO office and the view is not as clear from the parking lot of the building, let alone nowhere near the building. It's just going to sting that much more when I think about how much my PS3 cost. But at least it's backwards compatible. For those of you who don't own a PS3, was it price that held you back? For those of you who own multiple, which do you prefer to purchase games for?