Thanks for the speedy reply yaustar!
The reason why I want to do QA and not programming is mainly because my programming skills suck. I prefer more to focus on the 'look, feel and gameplay' aspects of games rather than getting myself stuck in a mess of code (I know, i probably should of gone to game design school! But I never got any advice back then).
You make some good points now I am looking at my C.V. objectively. What skills/areas of my C.V. do you think I should concentrate on in order to get it ready for QA? I have to admit, I have never seen a QA C.V. or resume so I am slightly clueless in that area.