To be fair though, I feel Sony is only doing that to keep the launch price at a low, so that way they can keep from making the mistake of last generation. This also, can contribute to the fact that Sony has no intention of removing the PlayStation 3 from the market either. Not for a little bit of time anyways, so. The PlayStation 4, is just Sony's way of saying "We are still relevant, and are doing so by labeling a new competitive system, while letting our older system remain in it's own relevancy until the new one gets popular." comparative to the code-name durango. Which, by Microsoft's boasting, they really do want this system to outdo the 360... but, always on connection? I hope it is just a doofy rumor. Haha.