After seeing how stylish, tiny, and yet unstackable the Boxee box's design is, the staff had a lively debate about the growing number of boxes sitting underneath our TVs. How many do you have, and how many is too many?

Long ago, we started worrying that the death of the physical movie format would not mean a time of peaceful media-less homogeneity but an infinite format war of subscriptions, separate collections and logins. Today, it's come true.


I've only got an Xbox 360, PS2 (sometimes you just need a little Sly Cooper, nah mean?), and a Roku, but others on staff have all three current-gen consoles, Blu-ray players, HTPCs and all kinds of other things—so where does it stop? How many is too many?