They may now have put their fears of any further PS3 delay to rest, but some UK gamers still have a few special requests for Sony.
Following the endless bemoaning of the high price point of PlayStation 3 in the UK - considerably more expensive than in the United States and Japan - there is now something of an outcry for the lower-end 20GB version of the machine to release in the UK market.
Sony's launch plans for PS3 were announced last week, but the 20GB 'core' model, which stores one third of the data of the premium version and has fewer media capabilities to enjoy, was nowhere in sight for any of the European plans.
In Japan and America, demand for the 20GB model has been reasonably strong, and in many cases a vital way for gamers to get their hands on the machine at a more affordable price.
UK players have already started petitioning Sony to make the lower-priced unit available, while shop owners agree that the 20GB version is needed - but say that launching initially with just the premium 60GB model is a wise move.