Small condolence, the blu-ray comment. I bought a Ps3 for this as well, but despite the promise of blu-ray movies, my 360 is still seeing a **** of a lot more general gaming and entertainment action at my home theater center.
I'm very disappointed the Ps3 version is getting pushed back. Very disappointed, indeed.
This is the same problem I always have with any new console. It doesn't feel like it's an official part of my gaming focus until I have half a dozen or more games for it. Once I buy a new system and one or two games, it's got the "ooh, shiny" factor until it sinks in that I only have two games to play on it. To me, buying a PS3 for one to two games kinda has the same mental impact that some people are saying in that they don't want to upgrade their computer "just for FFXIV"; the purchase doesn't really feel "worth it" to me until I have a lot of options.
Same for when I bought my first DVD player; it was all like "Yeah, I have a DVD player, and I know it can play CDs, and that's cool and all, but I'm still using my VCR way more" until I actually HAD some DVDs to watch on it. I'm sure I'll feel the same when I buy a PS3 regarding the Blu-ray. I know the PS3 looks nice and the games look nice and Blu ray movies look nice, but having one to two games and one to two movies doesn't really make it feel "worth the price". It's not until after my game/movie library has developed that I feel "I'm happy with my purchase".
I'm the same with my computer; I don't feel happy with my performance if only one or two games NEED it. When I upgraded my system, I could now run UT3 on max, Fallout 3 on max, GTA4 at higher than 2 FPS, and I just picked up Dragon Age; the variety of what I can do with it makes the purchase "worth it".
That's the problem I always have buying new consoles; I'm always a late adopter because I don't want to be able to buy a console if I can't afford to pick up 2-3 games with it at the same time.