That's how I feel too. Of course last time it was a difference between SD and HD, so PS2 games really looked like crap on big HDTVs, so once I got used to PS3 graphics I didn't really want to even look at PS2 games. This time, at least graphics-wise, it will just be the difference between 720p (usually) or 1080p. I think if there are good enough launch games, I won't have much urge to put in any PS3 games. If the launch games are so bad, that I just really want to play my PS3 games instead, then Sony has bigger problems. That's just me though. I know my kids like to throw in some older games sometimes, so I expect other people do as well. It's Sony's tough job to try to gage that interest. Sometimes things like that wills sway a buying decision, even though after the fact you don't even end up using it... I guess it did sway my decision last time, because my PS2 was having issues, so I used BC as rationalization to get the PS3. Then I didn't really play any PS2 games on it. We wanted to play SW:Battlefront, but it would freeze after 10 minutes, it wasn't totally BC. 80GB Motorstorm version. By the time I bought a year in, the game selection was a little better too.