Well I am annoyed as user made content was one of the features promised by M$ before the 360 launch, inappropriate items could easily be avoided as everything on LIVE is reviewed before release.
As an adult it kind of sucks that MS treat us like kids, especially those of us from non American Countries.
It would be great if they introduced a user made content system like originally promised and made the gamer zones mean something like they also originally claimed they would in their sales pitch. Where by those of us who are adults could select underground
(maybe using our Credit Cards or faxed license as proof) and be less censored and preventing us from mixing with 6 year olds in the more casual zones.
An example given in an interview by a senior MS employee in The Official Australian Xbox Magazine before the 360's launch was using a tony hawks game was that users could create clothing for the game, then have the option to sell it on the market place for
others to use and actually get some money for themselves, sort of like how IMVU does it. They also said they would hold tournaments in these kinds of games where the "sponsorship" details in game, e.g billboards etc could be changed to match the promoters
and particular competition and prizes like cars and cash given, it was also going to allow "spectators" where you could view these tournaments like watching a regular sports match on TV.
So you could have 100 people watching a "skating comp", The arena branded by say "Chrysler" who was giving away a car in the competition. With competitors wearing custom clothes designed by their friends you could buy on the Market.
But like many companies, what they want, claim and promise is usually fails to be what we get and is either wishful thinking or just done as a stunt to make us buy thinking we will actually get it.
It was the same for Zones, we were promised Zones would and could be used to keep certain gamer types from others, but anyone in "underground" who has played a game online will know this isn't true, and although "anything goes" you can still be banned for
swearing etc even though Underground is/was designed for those who are a bit more hardcore.
A pointless feature at the moment the way it works.