So now you've seen the first impressions, what the hardware looks like, how big it is, what games are shipping at launch and in the first few weeks, and what the guts of the console are like.
The question is: are you going to buy it?
We received a review unit of the Switch this week - me being in San Francisco for AMD's Ryzen shenanigans didn't help - and having spent some time with it in the office, as well as the preview event in January, hasn't really changed my view. I still think it's better viewed as a tablet, or a portable device, than something you play at home and then take on the go.
By that I don't mean you can't or shouldn't play it at home, but it's something that you play at home in bed, at the dinner table, on the toilet - basically wherever you are, rather than being tethered to the TV. I think Breath of the Wild looks a lot better in tablet mode too, but I'll have some broader thoughts on that later.
But what about yourselves? Priced around $469, will you be buying the Nintendo Switch at launch, later this year, or not at all?