Could be. My formative PC gaming years are the '90s. PC games were synonymous with mouse and keyboard to play StarCraft and Half Life. They cost $2500, required Windows drivers and fiddling, and lived on a desk with a 17" monitor and crappy "computer" speakers. Consoles were less powerful, but could work in the living room. Consoles had great, purposefully designed controllers and just worked when the cartridge was inserted. I don't really have any experience with a cheap gaming PC, nor how that passes SAF in the living room, nor how it's easier than an Xbox to get running. And I don't know how to play a good Keyboard+Mouse FPS or RTS in the living room. I see these Steam Boxes, and I don't understand how they fit the living room or how they are better than a console. I'm like a dog tilting his head and whining at the cat. There's something interesting there, maybe, but I don't get it yet.