Here in New York, finding a Wii has been pretty much impossible. But scoring a PS3 on the other hand, though hard, is still do-able. This unscientific stat backs up a recent analyst survey which shows that out of 52 retail stores, 28 of them still have PS3s in stock. (By comparison, Xbox 360 shortages lasted way into 2006, a year after its debut). Could this mean the PS3 has seen its 15 minutes of fame? That's what the analysts are saying. Any one else out there noticing a Wii shortage/PS3 overflow in other parts of the country?