While updates to other consoles have resulted in the removal of a feature the majority of people didn't care/knew about, Microsoft rolled out a update to the XBox 360 system that added support of USB storage devices from 1GB to 16GB in size. Link So, if you have any spare flash drives sitting about, you can now use them to store installed games, DLC and save files in one place. And you can use two flash drives at the same time giving you a total of 32GB extra storage space. You are only limited by the number of flash drives you have lying about. Now's the time to get those Mass Effect 2 installs, save games and DLC all in one handy place. Course, you could always stock up on Flash Drives or splash out on the official ones when released (though they might be a bit pricey). Alternatively, there is the 250GB HDD available now. Also of note from the Joystiq article is the addition of the screen grab, showing that the USB drivers are now enabled and that you can do the content transfer right from your XBox. So no more messing about with your PC and Xbox after you upgrade to a larger drive. I'm sure some will see this are terrible that Microsoft are limiting you to 16GB and won't trust a big corporation since they touched you in the bathing suit area years ago, but personally, I think this is a great way to add additional storage to the XBox, and also allow you to easily carry stuff like your entire Rock Band track list and DLC to a friends house, or a large XBLA game you just couldn't fit on the previous memory cards.