My favourite comments have to be the "Remember Kinect" comments because I do remember Kinect. I remember Kinect as being a MASSIVE source of entertainment in my household that continues to deliver (primarily via Dance Central and H.A.T.) and as a massive success for for Microsoft. So everytime I read "remember Kinect" I am only reminded of all the people who continue to refuse to even attempt to train themselves in new forms of UI/UX.
Too many people consider being faithful to an input device as a strength or virtue, when the inability to adapt is in fact a weakness.
Let's also not forget, fastest selling electronic device of all time...
Remember they removed the Kinect from the Xbox One bundle not because people didn't want one, but that people weren't prepared to pay £100 more for a new console. I really wish Microsoft took the hit on that one and kept the bundled in Kinect and just reduced the price. The only way we are going to perfect new forms of input device is by saturating the market with them, thereby ensuring their continued development. So by forcing Microsoft's hand to remove the Kinect, everybody loses, as motion tracking and voice recognition take a back seat and will take decades longer to perfect.