You can now pre-order the various Steam gaming things. Steam Controller: touchpad instead of analog sticks, and regular buttons/triggers. Going for $50. Steam Link: set top box like a Roku/Apple TV. Instead of streaming TV, it streams games on your gaming rig to a TV across the house. Has 4 (read: FOUR) WiFi antennas to help with those common streaming issues. $50 Alienware Steam Machine: a complete gaming rig, minus mouse and keyboard combo. Powerful, beautiful and running Steam's OS based off of Linux. Also support HDMI input, so you can hook up existing media to it and route it through your PC. $450+ Syber Steam Machine (by CyberPowerPC): a pricier version of the Alienware above, but can upgraded as games require it. Swapping graphics cards, RAM, etc is supported. Its another full blown PC running SteamOS. It doesn't come with a Steam Controller either, but seems a fair trade-off for future upgrade options. $500+ Early adopters can play as soon as October 16th this year, and anyone else not pre-ordering has to wait until these items hit shelves (GameStop, EB Games, etc) November 10th. Personally, I'm not into this whole idea yet, and would rather build a rig for myself. It'd run $800-$1000 but it'd be worth it. Thoughts?