So we finally get a year where PS5 stocks can run through it all, just to possibly announce the existence of a better console a year from now on ...
It doesn't seem like that bad of a deal to me. Sony is already planning to launch a revised PS5 model this year, allowing more flexibility when it comes to price cuts for the baseline models in the future, and the Pro models would offer a marginal improvement (from having performance options to one mode of 4K/60FPS) at best.
Consumers with the base PS5 would still get all the advancements of this generation even if a Pro model were to release next year. And even if Sony weren't planning to release a PS5 Pro, they could very well cut the price of the PS5 next year, which could be seen as a middle finger to consumers who purchased the PS5 the year prior.