I'm starting to think Sony may have a problem with the PS3. I know there aren't any games worth having yet, so it's basically a Blu-Ray player only at the moment, but I'm surprised at the lack of demand the system has at this point. Saw an ad for Best Buy last night that said they handed out tickets for PS3s on the 31st an hour before the opened (minimum 25 per store). So when we were out by Best Buy today we stopped by, and they still had about a dozen left, all 60 GB. I thought it was kind of funny, but did pick one up so I could play FFXII since my PS2 is crapping out. Then later tonight we went to walmart, and they had about 5 just sitting there. Seeing as 2 stores had ample supply I went to Target as that is where I planned on getting mine with a 10% discount for signing up for a Target credit card. Sure enough they had one for me. That's 3 stores in 1 day that all had supply, and nobody in the store really seemed interested in them. In fact when I went back to Best Buy to return the one I had purchased there earlier (about 4 hrs later) there were still about 8 left, plus the one I was returning and another one I saw that had been returned as well. There simply isn't that great of a demand for these systems. In fact, both times I was at Best Buy I saw at least 2 people purchasing Xbox 360's. Today isn't the first time we've seen PS3s in stores either. We've seen them 3 times at Blockbuster when we just stopped in at the end of the day, and they said they had them all day each time. We've seen one or 2 at wal-mart before too. And on Christmas Eve there was about a pallet of 20 at Costco in their $700 bundle. Nobody seemed to care. To get a Wii here you still have to camp out overnight. I think Sony might be in trouble until they have a price drop, even after the good games come out.