So?. I said a PS3/XBox 360 was ideal for someone wanting a relatively cheap living room gaming machine with a massive selection of great games at cheap prices. Sure enough premium games are cheaper on the PC but then a PC makes a lousy living room gaming machine and a PC that can game at 720p/1080p is more expensive, louder, more time consuming and generally much more of a PITA than a console. Steam & Humble Bundles make PC gaming the cheapest way to get lots of great games, but if you don't want a PC in your lounge... you don't put a PC in your lounge. Console gaming is generally either a 'family' thing or a 'young(ish) bloke' thing. SteamOS offers nothing to either of these demographics. Both are better served with either current or previous gen consoles or a full fat windows PC. Quite a few will end up with both, knowing that there isn't the perfect machine out there to suit all needs. I just don't see how a steam machine fits in. If someone gave me one today I'd take it and google how to put windows on it!