So... hypothetically speaking (and forgive me if this has been covered already, im sure great minds think alike) If i had $400 to burn a hole.... my computer is from 2008, and parts of it were form 2004... so its been a while since i have upgraded im @ dual core 7750, radeon 4850x2, 4bg ddr 2 and the worst part, 37gb raptor raid as my os drive, and a 320gb storage drive from a laptop. but i have a 37" LCD tv as a monitor which... i like... actually. NOW... to the meat and potatoes. My ps3 still plays current brand new games, and does it pretty well. My PC does NOT play current games, and hasnt for a while. my best current game is black ops, and starcraft II, and black ops looks as good if not better on my ps3... so longevity wise, the ps3 has done very well... now could i spend $400 on an upgrade to my pc to last as long as a PS4? even with the same hardware or better than the PS4 its a NO... i just cant seem to justify dropping $400 into pc components to match a PS4 and then only to have the same thing happen down the road. instead of buying the PS4 and playing current games 4 years from now, i'll be barely playing current games 4 years from now with the settings turned all the way down, whilst the ps4 plays them flawless and looks better. im just a keyboard/mouse kind of guy but im thinking about completely going away from PC gaming (cept maybe starcraft) and just getting a PS4, doing maybe a moderate upgrade at some point to my PC with last generation parts on clearance. thoughts?