So I just got a shiny new Xbox 360 and I finally jumped onto XB Live. I have been downloading demos like a madman. So Saturday I downloaded Tony Hwk's Project 8 and WWE SD vs. Raw 07. Here are my thoughts so far. Tony Hawk Project 8: Graphics are pretty solid. Not as spectacular as some 360 games, but solid. The animations are silky smooth though. the control is pretty much the same as any other Tony Hawk game, with one exception. You can now get big are and go into a slow motion mode where the analog sticks act as your feet. You can now have super control over your tricks. It takes soem time to get used to but it could wind up being the best innovation in the series since adding walking. The demo lets you play with no time limit in a skate park. Very similar to the old Tony Hawk 2 demo from the PS1 days. WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2007: In a word...Wow. While the graphics could use some polish, and they still walk like stiffs, the control scheme has been completely revamped. You now do all your grappling with the Analog stick. they added different styles of grapples now. You can now drag your opponent to different "Hot Spots" i nthe ring and arena to do different things. Like smashing their head into the steps or usign the ropes to strangle them. It's so much more methodical, yet hectic. It feels much more natural than the old scheme. As forthe graphics, the character models are fantastic, with great lighting effects on them. However, long hair still looks kinda weak, and the arenas need some major spicing up. They look way too bland. In the demo you can play as HHH or Kane and they have tutorial videos to get you used to the new control scheme.