Yes, the more I play it, the more I find the game a little unsatisfying actually. It's fun to show people what the Wii can do - but it seems like if you just shake the remote enough, you'll pass the mini games.
I actually find myself hoping that Nintendo comes out with a game that has really tight controls. Seems most of the time in boxing the power punches are pretty random, or you need to repeat the motion a couple times to get the right punch in. The other sports games are also very simplistic and will get old quick after the novelty wears off.
Also, with Zelda, I was expecting more for some reason. I found it really played like the control system was tacked on after the game development was done. Can't wait for the next one that is developped exclusively for the Wii.
WARIOWARE WAS WAY TOO SHORT.... THEY NEED TO TAKE ALL THE BASIC MOVEMENTS THEY INCORPERATED INTO THAT GAME AND MAKE A GOOD GAME FROM THEM