Well, for myself, if I want to ensure room for internal storage expansion at some point with a system, the one with more affordable options in terms of the value that comes with them is going to be somewhat important to me. It's like buying a new laptop in 2021 without Thunderbolt 4 support; you're just limiting your future options for expandability.Just curious as to why the SSD expansion type would play a factor in deciding which system to pick?
Plus, the less money spent on storage expansion, the more that money can be put towards services, game purchases etc. But on the topic of storage and consoles, another thing of some importance to me is data size. If I'm going to rely more on digital content I'd like it to be as small in file size as possible because I'm probably gonna be stuck with crappy internet for a bit of a while. On that note I hope file sizes for Series games get smaller in the future; several games are looking pretty big in file size compared to their PS5 equivalents (multiplatform games, obviously).