I like this guy's spin. From the article: "Karakker said that while there were some perceptions on PS3 that were justified. For example, Sony didn't have nearly enough hardware at launch to meet consumer demand."
Or, in other words: "Everything the internet says is false, except for the fact that our system sold out at launch and that we didn't have enough systems to meet demand then."
Basically, the only positive time frame for the PS3 thus far has been those first 1-2 weeks of retail, when everyone was out to get one and they were selling for 1k+ on Ebay. He'll admit that all those facts are totally true. But the last 6 months where the PS3 has sold at a mediocre clip and has recieved a lot of negative press? All lies and slander.