I would probably say....none.
I can see based on various opinions that if anything is proven to me, the MMO is just the wrong genre.
With so many MMO's to choose from, yet so many being either a clone or just boring or not quite ready, it seems to me that maybe I should not write about them, and discuss them anymore.
The downhill movement of the genre over the last year proves that until some company is able to break the "WoW factor", that the MMO will continue to be stale and derivative.
Over the last month I have discussed the issues with MMO's, and how things from group vs solo, bugs or plain missing content equals a game that just seems never ready to be played.
Over the last month I have enjoyed single player games. The polish of these titles has really opened my eyes and shown me the avenue to take.
My moratorium I guess ...looks to be permanent...
I am on Chapter 4 of Witcher and still enjoying myself, and almost ready for Chapter 5, the final showdown. If anything, I have found nothing wrong with the game. I keep wanting to go back to that world, and my wife sits on the couch and watches me play...and helps me figure out puzzles, find clues to progress...and asks me to play instead of picking up the controller herself.
Same with Fable 2. I am almost ready to go back and start an evil character.
So, now maybe I need to go back to looking at Console or PC single player titles. Let me find my next game within that genre instead.
Maybe this IS the Dichotomy of the Gamer.