That would be one low cost chipset with the ability to natively play the entire Xbox 360 catalog of games and stream all it's services. A chipset Microsoft owns. Add in Kinect 2 capability with Kinect backward compatibility, an embedded 32gb or so ssd, 2 1/2" 320-500gb hdd, Tuner/DRV capability... still talking a box with minimal power and cooling requirements coming in under $200 to volume manufacture. Thinking this is the real reason Microsoft dropped Media Center from Windows 8. Sell it for $99 with a two year Xbox Live subscription and next Christmas that would be one hot, Hot, HOT seller. Sell the 720 (which also has the 360 backward compatible chip) to the existing gamer centric base and ship jumping PS and Nintendo gamers ... and later on Xbox TV buyers looking to upgrade. Sell a custom specced version of the box to Cable companies and let them dip their beaks into the Xbox generated revenue stream. Formidable.