There is some great discussion here. Another market crash would be nice, for sure. It might force the developers to wake up and stop making crappy games. It might also force the price point for new games into a downward directioon.
I never used to be concerned about DLC. I thought, "it's just an expansion pack. PC games have been doing that for years." But then it got to the point where every game has DLC, and the DLC started launching separately on day one. That's where I started to say this is enough. These aren't expansion packs. These are attempts to rip off the consumer.
Another big gripe I have is being forced to be connected to the net to play games. This is the only thing stopping me from buying Diablo III. If I pay for a game, I should be able to play it offline. Wanting to do this doesn't make me a pirate. I just don't like feeling like Big Brother (Blizzard) is always watching me while I play. While I have an internet connection and am online all of the time anyway, it isn't fair to those gamers who live in rural areas who don't have an internet connection. Argh.
I like how Valvle handles DRM with Steam. Steam's system combats piracy but still gives you a comfortable amount of control.