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The popularity of the low price Arcade 360 brings on interesting challenges for Microsoft.
I don't suspect the purchasers of Arcade 360's will be big on $100 for wireless (or re-wire their house), $100 for HDD package, recharger, optical audio...

I don't think it is a big problem, as I suspect most Arcade 360 purchasers just want to play the games (I am in that boat...). I do get a chuckle seeing many people not only trying to justify the high priced add-on's, but also demonize what are otherwise industry standard offerings.