I feel that the PS3 will be the same price as the Xbox 360, just for the fact of competition. Sony really doesn’t care about how much it costs, what they want is a PS3 in every home, and Blue-ray as the standard in the next-gen dvd format. They would be stupid to release the PS3 at $499 or more. But then again, this makes one wonder about the cost of games. If the price of discs are so expensive, what would the price of a game be? As you can see, they would definitely be stupid to make the price of games more expensive than the 360’s, so therefore, they will take an even greater loss on the media. As you can see, they will spend all the money they can to make sure they win both wars. Just look at MS. They took major loss on the first Xbox to get to where they are now. Only time will tell whether or not it will pay off for them when Sony releases the PS3. More than likely, the PS3 is being hyped up to be way better than the 360. In reality, I don’t think many people are going to have two 30 inch Plasma screens in their home to hook up a PS3 to simultaneously. Useless power, as I see it. Although I can’t really say how “good” the games are going to be since I am not on the inside and looking at the game development process for PS3, I believe it won’t be that much better than 360, unlike what Sony want’s you to believe. They show a video of Killzone 2 at E3, and call it ingame footage, and obviously, it blows everyone away. I was blown away myself. (Of course, if you look at second generation 360 games, such as Gears of War, they look much more polished than the obviously rushed first-gen games.) As you can see, Sony only have trailers of games at this point, not any playable PS3s. You would think by this late in the game, they would have playable units by now. Spring is only a few months away.