I've been a console gamer my whole life. Ever since the announcement of the Xbox One S I started pondering about PC Gaming. Reason being that when it was originally announced, it sounded like they wanted to do some type of yearly update. Well, my thinking was every 2 years really. But it seems they have cooled off on that. Gaming on PC is cheaper after the initial cost. The one game I enjoy from Microsoft is on PC. Actually haven't touched my Xbox One S once they allowed cross-play on it.
Either way, I started going all in on PC this year. Bought my 2nd gaming PC, this being my 2nd in less than a year's time. My previous one I bought in June/July last year. This one I bought in January. Sold the last one in parts. I made a YUUUGE investment on my current one, so I plan on keeping it for the long run. Plus, I can always upgrade what I need/want. Have a GTX 1070 now, but will most likely downgrade to whatever nVidia puts out next year in the 60 series. I want something that draws less power but is also quieter. The way things are going, that 1160 or whatever should have the same processing power of my current one.
I also, literally just bought a Steam Link. Bought it when I saw it on sale on this site. Haven't hooked it up yet. But the goal is to just sit back, relax, and enjoy couch gaming with it. Although, I must say I have really gotten into the PC side of things. I like the fact I can multi-task seamlessly. While gaming on Gears 4, I have some background music playing, use my keyboard for skipping my music. I can also get up without having a controller attached to my headset(this is going to change or has with the XBOX) since it's wireless.