You beat me to it by seconds, and at the Australian price point it brings the XBOne back into contention. With the move towards digital distribution the game lending issue becomes a lot more favorable towards Microsoft.
The ability to share your library with ‘10’ family members means that essentially 2 people can play 1 game at the same time. I don’t know about everyone else but I can’t name 10 people with current gen consoles that I game with on a regular basis or that I’ve borrowed or lent games from, so the 10 family limit seems pretty reasonable. Now how they are going to implement that is still unclear but it looks promising.
The PS4 on the other hand has no provisions to allow the sharing of digital games. My biggest issue is with the 24 hour check in’s which if it doesn’t happen will also lock you out of single player games. This is based more on the logic behind this rather than the technical aspect. It’s safe to assume most users will have their consoles connected 24/7 to the internet, but what happens if your internet goes down? Well to make the check in just tether your phone, let it check in then keep playing. So I see that as more of an inconvenience that we can do without.
I ran Crunchbang a while back and really enjoyed it, it’s just a minimalist, light and fast distro. For the more adventurous, I have since moved on to Arch which offers a lot more customization but does take a little while to get set up.