Not really... Microsoft's Hot Chips presentation leaves a lot of unanswered questions, and they've been dodgy about what the other processors are dedicated to, even with people who were at the conference. Sony has been quite a bit more open, but there are still things we don't know and likely won't unless we got to see the white papers that devs do. Yes, we know that compression, video, encryption, etc. are all being wisely off-loaded... but there are still many things to discover on both systems. But even with the knowledge we do have, it's clear that Sony's tactic was to go full-tilt brute force with all the usual related speedbumps, while Microsoft is trying to optimize more for efficiency so that those speedbumps aren't there.
I hate making car analogies (because God knows this thread has been rife with them), but it's like you have one car with a bigger engine with more raw horsepower and then another car with a slightly smaller engine that is tuned for more efficient fuel/air mix to eke out more performance. The bigger engine gets the bragging rights... but both cars may come off the line at the same speed regardless. That's pretty much the way I see these two systems. They're both gonna be about the same at the quarter mile, be a crapshoot in a road race depending on how someone drives each, but each find their own strengths at individual events (the exclusives). And both will have their fans. I'm excited for both!
"Never believe any quote you read on the internet." - Abraham Lincoln