I've always been a console player, but, for the past year or so, I've focused more on the PC side. I have a fairly beefy computer so I can run just about any game at 60+ FPS with very high settings. Lately there's been some console-only games (Dragon's Dogma, etc) that have brought me back to the PS3. So far it has been pretty painful playing on it compared to the trusty PC.
I can get over the graphic quality not being as good, though some games are pretty poor in this department. The real problem is the "smoothness" of games. Being capped at 30 FPS is just terrible, especially when a game will dip down when there is a lot of stuff on the screen. Load times are ridiculous on some games (SSDs are the business). Along with the load times comes pop-in and model loading issues.
Yeah, I know I'm complaining about the same old issues, but some of these problems really do break immersion in otherwise good games. I probably won't buy anymore console games this generation, which is sad as I have always been predominantly a console gamer. Does anyone else get bothered playing on the console after playing on the crystal-smooth PC?