Personally I found all three console makers to have interesting showings. I was impressed with the BC announcement and wish Sony would do the same (but know they won't). I also think in the case of the 360 it might be a bigger deal then it normally would. As somebody who has a massive 360 back catalog I find this interesting. The main reason I stopped playing some games is that the 360 just got to slow and painful to operate compared to the new consoles.
Having said all that, I moved from the 360 to the PS4 recently (and own all consoles before this generation, Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Sega and some older stuff) and this is the first generation where I might not get all consoles. I'll probably get a Wii U for some exclusive games, but not sure I will still get an Xbox One now... Last generation I had the PS3 for it's exclusives and mainly used the 360, and if I see how much dust the PS3 collected due to that I am sure my Xbox One will have the same fate.
I think more people are like me. On the one hand the BC is huge to get the 360 crowd moving to the One. But a lot, like me, probably already picked and it might just be to late... and with exclusives more and more being 'timed' or just DLC based there is less and less intensive to own all consoles.
All 3 consoles to me look good however. It just seems gaming really got a boost again... I do wish the consoles would focus more on Indie games like Steam... Since I still think some of the most interesting games are only found on the PC.