Seems there was an offhand mention of this in an interview on IGN back in November, and now they've followed up with these very small tidbits from Nintendo head Satoru Iwata that were published by a Japanese newspaper. -The product will "enable fun and movement not seen before." He added: "I expect it to become a third pillar, next to GameCube and Game Boy." -The product would be unveiled at the Electronics Entertainment Expo 2004 in LA this May. -Company representatives have previously confirmed that it would not be a full-blown successor to any existing hardware. -They'd like to have a world-wide release for it, if production capabilities allow. Any thoughts of what they could be up to?