You can hookup a PC to a big TV just fine. Many games are programmed to be able to use Xbox controllers too. So play on the big screen, play on a monitor. Whatever you want. With a PC you can have better graphical details, higher frame rates and resolutions, even faster loading. My statement about 'why buy either a Xbox One S or a Xbox One Scorpio' was mainly to suggest that if you are wanting the best hardware or best graphics, you could buy a PC today that will likely outperform the Scorpio significantly. I have a Xbox One and I am considering the Xbox One S for a little upgrade since it does various things I'd like. For example my Xbox One I bought an external USB HDD to upgrade the insufficient 500GB storage. If I bought the 2TB Xbox One S, I wouldn't need the external HDD. I also like the more power efficient chipset. The 4K UHD Blu-ray capability is interesting for whenever I might upgrade to a 4K TV. And getting rid of the large power brick sounds nice. The Xbox One S isn't for everybody. But I can't imagine the original model is going to exist with it. It's like the Playstation and then PSOne. It's the newer model replacing the older model. "Upgrade" if you want or don't. The core functions aren't terribly different but it has some nice points.