that samsung blu ray is made by sony isnt it? i may be wrong though...i like sony, they dont rush things typically and make it the best product out there unlike some other companies(microsoft maybe?)
Sony DOES take care to put out good stuff. They don't lie when they say the PS2 has a 10 year product cycle, and my PS3 is a 3 ton bullet proof brick that, like every PS3 I'm familiar with, hasn't failed since day one. I'm not saying they're masters of marketing, that much is apparent - but they know their hardware. When the Dev knows how to code for the Cell processor, the results are staggering: KZ2 & Uncharted2 make good examples. They also encourage the little guys to make games: You've never played a game like Echochrome or Everday Shooter (made by one single guy), I can guarantee that much.
and the fact that my Monster RF remote can control it
How much was the remote itself? I don't think I've ever heard of anything monster makes that is reasonably priced. I can use my PS3 controller to control my Blu-Rays (how much did your Samsung Blu-Ray player cost?) or streaming movies quite well.
($100 acc to be able to do this with my PS3)
And how much do you pay for a wireless adapter or an upgraded HDD for the 360? How long have you had your 360? Do the math and figure out how much you've paid for the privilege of online gaming. The money hammer swings and lands on both the 360 and PS3 folks. Do the math over the long term and you'll be surprised just how hard it hits the 360 folks.
PS3 has a lot to offer for sure, but I just don't seem to turn it on that much. . .
OK, NOW your original rant is making a lot more sense in light of your train of logic. Why would you go out and buy a Blu-Ray player if you've got a PS3? Kind of like 'Why would you go out and buy a PSP GO if you've got a PSP already?'
As for turning it on (if you actually do have a PS3): Pick up Uncharted 2. The only way it could get better reviews is if MORE critics said it was the best single player game they've ever played.