Maybe it's just me but, now that Sony has released the dogs (lawyers), the scene seems stalled. Sony has allready released a 3.60 OFW and devs hadn't even gotten into 3.56 OFW yet, that points to Sony running offense on code. Devs that publicly release their ID getting their homes raided by the police, and sued in court again; Sony running offense. It allmost seems like sony had a contingencey plan in place for if, or when they got hacked; and so far it looks like it's working (at least from my perspective). Originally I had thought that the PS3 would follow a 360 like path of hardware/firmware hacks (due to the fact that online game play is a major focal point) but when team failOverflow broke out, I changed that opinion to that of the Wii (software exploits). Now that I have seen how Sony has responded to it's problem, I wouldn't put it past them of going after people for modding their own consoles. I remember hearing rumors of C4eva writing firmware for the PS3 BR drive I wonder if that ever transpires, if it would help the scene get off the ground? Dont get me wrong I'm not pulling for Sony, it just seems like the Wii scene blew up way faster.