The case by Sony against Hotz never was about jailbreaking and/or homebrew on the PS3, but copyright infringement. George Hotz publicly released part of Sony's code on his website, his custom firmware was an original with some modifications, that is illegal under civil law, though having not profited from it Hotz wasn't in any trouble. Also, why anyone seems to think he lost and Sony won? The court never ruled, Sony and Hotz settled, it cannot be used as a precedent, as far as the law is concerned it never happened. Hotz release someone else's code and screwed up, simple as that. Releasing the keys isn't illegal, programming your own software or firmware isn't either, devs are probably waiting to release keys/firmwares later on after the big release of sept. oct., if they release cfw3.60 now for less than 5 games and Sony release new keys right away it's not very productive for the hackers. And 3.60 or not, get over PSN, Sony put challenges in, there won't be PSN for any future custom firmwares.