Personally I wish publishers would more to the compartmentalized game distribution system which has been suggested in the past. Basically, you pay for what you use, so if I only want the single-player, I only pay for the single-player, and vice-versa. As a consumer, I don't care how it's all put together or what hoops businesses have to jump through to make a profit, I just want it at a reasonable price. If publishers were more proactive in making console games affordable l don't think this would be as big an issue. I can buy Battlefield Bad Company 2 off Steam right now for $20 but it will cost twice that for a 360 version from Amazon or Walmart. Perhaps the answer is to move to an entirely digital distribution system but, of course not everyone has an internet connection and as is the case with PSN right now, those systems can be compromised.