I think Move has potential, the beginning of which was shown at Sony's E3 conference. Sorcery seems to work very well with it, we've had glowing impressions of Echochrome II, and it's being supported by quite a few core games.
I doubt, however, that I would buy Move on launch day. I tend to avoid buying hardware immediately after release, because there will almost certainly be something wrong with it. On top of that, I have no interest whatsoever in Sports Champions, but I don't own a PS Eye, so the bundle would be the best value for money. And if there's one thing we've seen this generation, good things come to those who wait. You could buy the 40GB PS3 in 2007, as I did, or the 120GB Slim in 2009 for a lower price. You could buy the first model of the 360, with its 33% failure rate, or you could wait for the 360 Slim in 2010, for a lower price, with built in WLAN, less heat and less noise.
To briefly bring in a wider view of things, I don't think Move will set the charts on fire when it launches, and Sony will have to stimulate demand by cutting price or launching better bundles. If I can get the PS Eye, Move and Killzone 3, or LBP2, or maybe even SOCOM 4, for that $100 price point, I'll be first in line. Though Killzone 3 and SOCOM 4 would likely require the Navigation Controller, so the bundles might include that and cost, say, $120 (they are full-priced games, after all).
You could of bought the 20GB or 60GB at launch though and got BC.
As for me... am I excited for it? No, though mostly beause I won't get it at launch, or anytime soon really. In a positon now where entertainment budget is cut short and therefore games are going to be what I buy.
Plus, really need to see probably at least 3 exclusives the Wii doesn't have i'd want... and i'd need to buy the whole package at once. So, probably won't happen for a long time if ever.