Hi, I haven't posted this in the XBOX 360 forum since it relates to PS3 and I would like a more unbiased opinion. I have an XBOX 360, owned it for the last 8 months with XBOX Live. it's currently connected to a 19" widescreen LCD and after even having played Gears of War I didn't find it great and not that excited about most of the games coming out on the system. I'm tired of first person shooters such as Halo and war games, they simply don't appeal to me anymore. I don't like Splinter Cell games, more into MGS style. The only games I'm looking forward to Earth Defence Force and Blue Dragon. I'm not even sure I want to play Blue Dragon since it based on cuddly toy anime style. I know the PS3 has received a negative reception but it just looks like it can do so much more than an XBOX 360. With my original chipped XBOX I only played games occasionally such as the Grand theft auto games and most of the time used it for XBOX Media Centre. Now I feel the XBOX 360 is severely limited in what it can do, no media streaming from my NAS storage and no support for MPG2 or divx. On the other hand the PS3 looks tempting, the Virtua Fighter 5 exlusive looks set to be great and MGS4 also looks promising. It has the backing of most Japanese developers. What really catches my interest is the support for Linux and the for Blu-ray. It just seems with Linux I'll be able to stream media from my NAS drives and play emulators which would be great when I'm not in the mood for playing PS3 games. The XBOX 360 just seems so restricted with what you can do with it outside of playing games and it looks like Microsoft have to go begging throwing around large amounts of money to get Japanese developers to sign up to their platform. Am I being to harsh? Should I just sell my XBOX 360 and buy a PS3 or is there life in the XBOX 360?