I agree with the comments about this being too little too late, but its good to see a move (if somewhat at knife point) in the right (ish) direction.
Personally i can't wait to see Kinect+Move homebrew apps on the PS3 (unrestricted by greed... erm i mean Sony of course).
Oh and another thing - why the hell would you want to have a PS3 running as a server just to use Move? Surely they would have been better off providing USB (eye) & Bluetooth (Move controller) drivers for the PC, thus removing the restriction of requiring a PS3 too - oh yeah, greed (i mean sony) again
I was tempted to try use the the PSeye and move for a little project i'm working on now (kinect was a little too bulky) for uni but instead just went for a beagleboard and 2 webcams because it was cheaper and they're a lot less likely to randomly sue me and confiscate my equipment because they aren't fans of my project or simply don't understand it.
Sony just like to pretend that they help the small time developers and students but I don't think they're fooling anyone anymore.
I can some up the empire's attempt at a truce in one word. LAME!
Sony's Move.me = fail, the only way to use this is to have the PS3 act as a server. Obviously this is to prevent people from hacking directly into the system and learning it's secrets. But in the process, Sony makes everything 10x more inefficient and cumbersome.
Kinect's open source drivers are NATIVE windows/linux drivers which means that developers get direct access to the hardware without an inbetween "server".
If developers had to choose between the two systems, its obvious which is going to win.
That's not very impressive... :S Kinect is better than move even if ps3 is better than xbox.