I don't care much for the internal memory since I like physical copies, but DLC requires onboard memory so Nintendo should have more onboard memory and not leave that to the user to supply it. The resolution of the console don't bother me, 720p for the handheld should not be an issue, 1080p for the TV I would expect and Nintendo delivers. I used to play call of duty games of the Wii on my HD TV and it looked just as crappy as using a CRT screen, but I loved it for the motion controls and since Sony and Microsoft cannot deliver that experience I was stuck with crappy graphics. I've only watched as far as the 1-2 game and the the game ARMS. I'm liking where Nintendo is going with the motion controls with the game ARMS but kind of dont care for the 1-2 game.
I finished watching the the presentation video and wasn't really impressed. Mention of 80 games being in development, sure would have been nice to see a list of those 80 games, that would also go a log way to boost sales. I don't like the $300 price tag only because Nintendo let the $250 rumor fester for too long and did nothing to correct those rumors. I'll probably be waiting for a price drop or an increase of what you get for the $300 asking price, additional games or more memory included.