1. Even with the Cell processor, the load times on most games are extremely high. in Motor Storm for example, just loading the car select screen takes up to 10 to 15 seconds. 2. The PS3 is heavy as hell, but when it's on, it's very quiet. With a little heat, you can hear a little "hummm" from the fan though, still, very quiet. 3. There is an option to play PS3 games using the PSP connected via Wi-Fi, there is a minor delay on the gameplay, but I'm guessing on Strategy Games it works like a charm. THe bad thing is, you are asked to have the latest FW on the PSP, so you have to wait for the CF every time Sony releases a new one. 4. Resistance and Untold Legends are two games that were available when the system was launched, to this day it's price is still 60USD. 5. You don't need to own PSX(One)/PS2 memory cards in order to play those games, you can use the PS3's Hard Drive to create internal Memory Cards. You need an adapter to read old save games from actual Memory Cards. 6. The PS3 can recognize a lot of USB devices, even more, it can recognize a lot of bluetooth devices like cell phone headsets and use them in voice chat in and off games. 7. The whole interface is the same XMB as the PSP one, but with a lot more stuff on each menu, and more categories. 8. While the 40G model can't play PSX/PS2 games the 80G model can only play 70% of the systems libraries. Some top notch games like MGS3 are affected. 9. Resistance: Fall of Man is indeed a system must-have. I'll be adding some more on the future Edit, here is some more facts: 10. Warhawk, the brilliant Incognito's online-only game is also available in the PS Store for 40USD. 11. The Half-Life games on the Orange Box (specially Ep2) run a lot worst in the PS3, because of frame rate issues. That I assume is bacause another company was in charge of its development. 12. Some of the recent Killzone2 screenshots were Photoshop'ed, a Guerrila QA Analyst confirmed the fact in the company's official forum. 13. Resistance and a copuple of other PS3 games already added support for the new Dualshock3 vibrating controller. 14. You can connect a printer to a PS3. I assume you can print your pictures, I'm also assuming why would any one do that on a PS3. 15. At any given time, if you connect a keyboard and/or a mouse you can use them on the XMB. 16. The PS3 features a browser that is a lot like the one on the PSP. I don't know if it supports YouTube videos or other services, I'll update. 17. The XMB support themes, just like the PSP's. 18. At any given time, playing PSX or PS2 games, you can assign any PS3 controller to any port, you can even simulate there there is a Multitap adapter connected. (A lot of people, has some doubts about it though).