I'll try to put my thoughts 'on paper' in an somewhat orderly fashion so they make some sort of sense... 1) The MX-5 they raced... It looks like a street car with a roll cage and wing.. not like the real MX-5 cup car at all.. that somehow really bothered me. They should have just modeled the real cup car. 2) The whole eSport and FIA thing. I thought GT Sport would be a 'as real as it gets' type of game, for those that want the real racing experience. So NO fake tracks, real racing rules and procedures and recreations of real cars (see point 1). I'm not really bothered they put in some of the VGT cars to fill in the field though.. (as the VGT cars look like they're modified to sort of comply with the real car specs). 3) The photo mode / 'scapes'. I somehow feel this doesn't belong in this game as per the previous point. I would rather prefer better on track photos than to take a picture of a (race) car on a city street or some desert. 4) VGT cars. I thought VGT was a GT6 feature. So seeing new VGT's (supposedly exclusive?) in GT Sport kinda stings a bit. I keep hoping they continue to add VGT cars to GT6 but as I see it now, they just quit on GT6 and are going to add them only to GT Sport. I makes me feel cheated that I now not only have to buy a new game, but also a new console to play content that was supposed to be in GT6. 5) 50%? wt# How can this just be 50%? They've been working on this supposedly for a few years now, so how can they release a full game in just 6 months if the first 50% took ~3 years? I'm hoping the first 50% was the hard part and the last 50% is the easy part that'll take far less time. But if this '50% thing' isn't real, and what we saw yesterday is more like the complete thing with some minor things needing to be added/changed/updated. I'm really unimpressed, graphics seemed marginally better, the collisions looked really bad, maybe worse than GT6. The whole thing just felt like it was an marginally updated PS3 game, not like a game that takes advantage of the PS4 platform at all. 6) Bad driving I can understand that the people they had there never played the game before so you can't expect them to do as good as they normally would have on GT6, but damn... They should have given them a lot more time to practice and to get a feel for the game. Some of the driving was pretty bad and I personally feel that, that makes the game look bad on such a 'high profile' unveiling. The start of the race on the Nordschleife felt marginally better than any open lobby race I've ever been in. NOTE: I'm not saying they are bad drivers, they're probably 100000% better than I'll ever be. But the lack of practice and time to get used to the new game, didn't make them or the game look very good. The whole unveiling felt like it was just a demo of 'what we have so far'. I expected something like a presentation with explanations and reveals of new features and a demo of the game interface and gameplay Than a 'eSport' event with races and actual big ass freaking trophies. Oh and also, Kaz should really learn English. Relaying on a interpreter looks pathetic, it's the 21st century for f# sake.