Trust me man, out of the problems on this list that's the one I want fixed the most. Maybe that's why it's #1 on the list ^.^
It might even affect us Wiimote users more than anyone because when the fps drop, the position of our cursor isn't updated as often making it harder to aim.
There is an out of the map glitch on stormfront. Not sure how they get into it but they basically end up on a rooftop where they can see and shoot through the roof they are standing on and when you looked up you cannot see them. I continuously ran to my death watching for muzzle-flash and watching killcams to find their locacation. When in the glitch youre basically invisible with free reign over at least 3-4 rooms. I can identify the location by looking at the stormfront map/hud.
There is also an ammo glitch on extintion where ammo crates are only replenishing the weapon you have equipped, the rest of the weapons in the inventory remain with the same amount of ammo. This has happened to me at least ten times in the past two days.
This is absolutely true. I am a framerate whore, I will notice even minor dips, but Wii Remote controls make it far more noticeable. With DA controls you arent panning the camera around quite as much. The precision that comes with being able to quickly put your cursor on any given pixel means framerate drops are more problematic.
My and my buddies all agree that Treyarch should just cap the framerate at 40-45 and leave it alone. The framerate being all over the place is more problematic than a locked lower framerate. If they were to cap the framerate at 45 fps it would be a very rare occurrence for the game to ever move below that, and that would work well for competitive online gaming. As long as we are running framerates lower than the refresh rates of our tvs its going to be beneficial to have a locked framerate, one that moves between 45 and 60 is worse than one locked at 45. Treyarch should consider adding this in the options menu if they dont want to push it on everyone.
Ok so here are a few I've noticed and some requests.
I'll add more as I try to remember more.