Just read this article on the XBox "Scorpio" and the PS4 "Neo". Geez, here I was wondering if we were going to be stuck with XBox, Playstation, and Nintendo, going forward, but apparently it's worse then that. Instead of having a console system for a 5 to 6 years, we could just be looking to have "upgraded" console versions every 2 years, like having to get the latest iPad or iPhone each year, or something... That would mean no more distinct eras in console generations. No more celebrating a distinct library of games for an individual console (like the library of games exclusive for the XBox 360, for instance), instead you just keep upgrading your hardware... One of the comments below that article says "Bye bye console gaming. It was fun but I am not investing money into you anymore. I'd rather build a high end pc and all of the capabilities of it." - See, that's what I've always hated - I have a PC for email and message board/facebook purposes, I never wanted to build my own custom PC for gaming. I just want to go to the local Gamestop and buy the latest model and own it for 5 to 6 years before upgrading to the next latest model. I'm not fond of this "PS4 Neo" and "XBox Scorpio" concept whatsoever. Thoughts?