Nope. I instantly upgraded 'cause I knew the 360 was where the games were going to be.
It was terrible, and not even a shred as good as the 360 version "we got buku hostiles" (damn, now I want to buy it again), and that game wasn't all that good compared to the sequel (damn, now I want to pop that on...... maybe i'll play the new ghost one, what's that called again?".
I still have my xbox as it's ummm........ yeah, can't say because you get modded for mentioning it. But mainly I keep it around for my xbox collection (not much, but very specific titles) which includes .....f***, the hell is it's name again??????
Oh yeah, Steel Battalion
Yes, GRAW was an awful game on the first Xbox (not that it's a great game on 360, but it was miles better than the buggy corridor shooter they made the former into... the first Ghost Recon was MUCH better than both), but then you've got the same company releasing Splinter Cell: Double Agent as a terrible game on the 360 and a great game on normal Xbox. Totally different levels and they barely even had a remotely similar plot. There was no real consistency with any of those early dual-gen games, some were basically the same and others varied wildly.
I'm still more impressed with my memories the first Xbox's games in their time period than the 360's, though I've given up both for years now. I know I'm in the minority on that though.