On April 6th, Microsoft will release a system update. In this update, you'll be able to use any USB memory stick (between the sizes of 1-16Gb) on your Xbox 360 to save... anything you want. Game saves, downloadable content, even full games. All it will take is plugging it into your system and formatting it via your 360's Memory Settings. (You can use bigger memory sticks and even USB hard drives as well if you want, though only 16Gb of it can be used.) On April 1st, Sony will release a system update. It's sole function is to remove the "OtherOS" ability from all PS3 units. I would like to point out that one of Sony's biggest selling points a few years ago was that this was a system you could also use to function as a makeshift PC, via an installation of Linux using Cell's computational prowess. As of Thursday, if you have a Linux installation and update, you'll lose everything stored on that section of the hard drive. Sony haven't even confirmed if you'll be able to recover that portion of the hard drive back for game saves. I hope I don't have to tell you which one is the more sensible here.