Interesting concept, Obviously it won't replace my PS3 figured I would see how my fellow gamers felt about this. http://reviews.cnet.com/consoles/on...390907.html?tag=contentAux;holidayProductInfo The good: Compact size; inexpensive; easy to set up; includes cables, controller, and a free game. The bad: Limited game library; very dependent on network speed; bundled controller feels sluggish at times. The bottom line: As a $99 content-streaming set-top box, OnLive's MicroConsole offers an intriguing low-cost alternative to traditional living-room game consoles--if you have enough bandwidth. If you're not familiar with the OnLive streaming game service, it's essentially cloud-based PC gaming. The original PC client allows nearly any laptop or desktop to play high-end PC games by offloading the CPU- and GPU-intensive tasks of actually running the game software to a remote render farm, then beaming the gameplay back to you as a streaming video.