Ok not really, but I love how versatile my (well my wife's) new ITX gaming system is... I was bored yesterday, so I decided to see just how well it would work like a console; Quite well is the answer. My Xbone & PS4 (and WiiU I suppose) were most put out! (Please excuse the carpet, we need to get a new one but with house rabbits it makes it a bit tricky, they like to dig and chew EVERYTHING!) Initial set-up was a bit tricky as the system doesn't have Bluetooth thus I had to dig out my old wireless keyboard with built in track-pad. Steams big picture mode didn't work with the Xbox One controller either which is odd. It gave me the controller icons (RB/LB etc) but trying to navigate anything resulted in nothing happening . Once in a game though everything worked as expected. Any whoo has anyone else switched to a ITX system so they can use it as a pseudo console? I would love to hear how you are getting on with it. I might look to hook up my Laptop as a permanent addition to my lounge set-up. It has enough grunt for all of the games I play at 1080p (GTX780M Cheesecake) so would make a nice addition.