Launch: Japan: AVAILABLE (8800 yen ~$80) US: Early 2008 Europe: Early 2008 The game has just launched in Japan and info is coming in. The Japanese site is up and Gametrailers is rocking tons of videos. The E3 site for the US can be found here. Some impressions from Japan: It looks like the breakdown is 9 exercises per category except yoga which has 30. VIDEOS: New user videos: Soccer (Picture-in-picture with the user) Ski Jump (Picture-in-picture with the user) Setup Ski Jump Tightrope Trailers: Extended Trailer Snowboarding Jogging Balancing Hula Hooping Ski Jump Soccer Aerobics PICTURES: PREVIEWS: 1UP: http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?cI...2&sec=PREVIEWS IGN: http://wii.ign.com/articles/815/815453p1.html Gamspot: http://www.gamespot.com/wii/sports/w...&mode=previews EuroGamer: http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=81819 THE GOODS: Unboxing video Wikipedia wrote: The board is wireless and contains multiple pressure sensors that are used to measure the user's center of mass and body mass index. In an interview conducted by gaming web site IGN, Shigeru Miyamoto stated that the Balance Board's ability to measure weight is probably more accurate than that of a typical bathroom scale. The weight limit for the Japanese board is 136 kg (~300lbs) however Nintendo has mentioned releasing an "American-sized" board for us fatties. WiiFit Channel: Apparently WiiFit will also feature it's own channel, allowing you to look at family stats without loading the game. Small feature, but it's there. Launch Photos (consisting of soccer moms and nursing home staff): Personally, I want this game badly now. It just looks too fun and seems to be actually worthwhile fitness wise.