You're not missing anything. I've got an overpriced ipod from years ago because my brother owed me money. They scratch way too easily and the battery life was never that great. It is now used as an HDD for my ps3
DABhand that does not change the fact that it brought a serious problem to light. The user's info was sent in plain text, all the CC info needs is a master key which they've probably found by now if they're trying to sell them.
I really hope that both Sony and the hackers get what's coming to them.
a few thousand CCs? Try 2.2 million. I cancelled my credit card last week when I read that embarrassing statement. They had a problem that was known to them and could have fixed it since January, instead they chose to do nothing, that's criminal. I expect a lot of people to stop trusting Sony. Good thing I just got an xbox.