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A very helpful article, I own all three systems and can definitely agree with the benefits and issues you call out for each system. However, just in case some out there finaly managed to get a Wii for the first time and are not aware, you do have a couple of different options as far as the sensor bar is concerned. There are a few companies out there that make wireless sensor bars (the wire that connects the stock sensor bar to the console actually only provides power to the "sensor" bar - which is really only a cluster of 10 LED lights for the Wiimote to track from), and you can also take the stock sensor bar apart and solder a lead from a switchable power adapter into the circuit board and make it outlet-powered, which is what I did. There are instructions for doing this on the internet, if anyone is interested.