Hi all, Noticed yesterday that Steam now includes the in-home streaming feature that has been a beta for a while, so decided to give it a try. For those who've not seen it, it allows you to stream a game from one PC to another, that way a more powerful PC is actually running the game and then streaming it to a less powerful PC. This way I can play games on my Surface that I normally couldn't as it is not powerful enough. My set up is: Main (more graphically capable) PC upstairs in the office running Steam. Surface Pro 2 connected to my TV downstairs running Steam in big picture mode, controlled using XB360 controller. Virgin Superhub 2 router, both PC's using 5Ghz. So far, the results have been tremendous! There is no lag at all, it is almost like the games are actually installed and running from the SP2. It's really cool as it allows me to play much more graphically intense games on the Surface than I normally could. Combined with the controller and TV, it is fantastic as I can enjoy high level PC gaming in the living room without needing a loud, big clunky PC next to the TV. I suggest everyone give it a try!