How coy. So, exaggerating the issue with hyperbole should just be regarded as good, clean, internet fun, but should someone else take issue with the exaggeration, then label that guy as a literalist with a personal agenda trying to sweep the matter under the rug. The thing is, that all comes from someone who seems to crop in just about any thread where there's even a hint of an opportunity to side against the 360. So, while we're tracking agendas, when do you project that your heavily-biased axe will be sufficiently grinded (ground? grinded? whatever)?Ah, the internet. When even the tiniest bit of hyperbole is present, the literalists come out in force. Shame on all of us, I guess.
Don't get me wrong. If you feel the need to defend one of the more prominent flaws of the 360 because it makes you feel better, then by all means. I just don't see why a widespread problem has to be ignored and swept under the rug.