Ok, this is starting to bubble up more in a lot of comment sections. First it was the complaining about the Series S’s limited space, and Microsoft’s proprietary expansion. Then the complaints about the PS5 not having an expansion option at launch. I mean, I get it. In a perfect world I’d love to have 10 TB of super fast SSD storage on hand. But is this really a major issue? Both Sony and Microsoft allow for hot swapping data from a standard external HDD, which is a relatively cheap fix for this situation. Is it perfect? No, but are we really at the point that waiting 10-20 minutes to hot swap a game every now and then is a deal breaker? Especially when you can still keep your most frequently played games on the SSD (which is true for the Series S as well). I dunno, this feels like the most asinine criticism of the next gen right now. Am I missing something here?