"Sony's PlayStation 3 was criticized in it's past for a number of things with the price point being the biggest reason. Over time, many of the PS3's flaws were fixed. Although they were pretty slow improving, eventually we witnessed improvements in the system such as a revamped PlayStation Store, an increased Friends List cap, in game access of the Cross Media Bar and other features that Sony's fans have asked for. Now that 2009 is half-way through and steadily meeting the holiday season, the PlayStation 3 (and PlayStation Portable) look to deliver on an array exciting things..."
We greatly appreciate the feedback in just a days' time. However, there seems to be a misunderstanding. To clear things up for those who didn't read the entire article. I own an original 60GB PlayStation 3. In my eyes, was it smart? It was the best investment I've made in gaming. There is no reason to think this article was to get anyone upset (like I stated in the paragraph above). It was simply meant to show the public how many original 60GB PS3 owners didn't just buy an expensive console, they made an investment. Please take the time to read the article before jumping to conclusions. Thank you.