Spoken like a true shareholder! Hahaha seriously though, I don't see it selling through the roof, but like I said earlier in the thread, I can see gamer parents getting this for their kid so the kid isn't always using daddy's phone but can play all the cheap/free games he likes on dad's phone. Then when little johnny is sleeping, dad has s new gadget to play with. If the often rumored steam console comes out, I see that as being the potentially best revenue stream for nvidia, from a new product perspective. The console's hardware specs could be updated every 12-18 months (a la iPad) taking advantage of better & more cost effective hardware while maintaining backwards compatibility thanks to the very nature of PC gaming. Developers would be able to target set specs for future steam consoles, while still providing graphical presets for current or & older boxes to maintain smooth frame rates. Developers will build for / port to Linux if there is a viable platform, and Valve has the muscle to deliver that. I realize that it would turn off / not appeal to many PC enthusiasts, but it would appeal to the much larger crowd that wants in on the bells and whistles of PC gaming (mods via steam workshop, higher graphics, cloud saves, cheaper game prices, mouse & keyboard) without the fear or headache of hardware and driver issues.