Just wondering if the standard A/V connection (non-HDMI) will be composite (old-school "yellow") or component (RGB)? I'm assuming it would have to be component in order to be HD...but if that's the case wouldn't that limit the connectivity to relatively newer TV's? Or is the only way to get true HD out of the system is by using HDMI?
Also, is it safe to assume that, since you cannot use PS2 controllers, PS 2 games like "Guitar Hero", "Dance Dance" or any of the many other simulation games (driving, flying, golf, etc.) won't be compatible? If so, is there any likelyhood that Sony will come up with a workaround (i.e. PS2 controller to USB adapter) or am I being too idealistic?
Thanks for all of your information...it's nice to be able to do some research before shelling out $600 (min.) for a toy! Especially since the availability will be so limited (coincedence...doubt it!). I don't really want to camp out in front of Best Buy if it's not even going to do what I want it to right out of the box!