I too am a member of the glorious PC master race, but I have an Xbox one, and 2 360's (one I bought in 2009, and the other was a slim with a 500gb hd I picked up for cheap on black Friday).
I am a happy Xbox one owner. I like the easy TV, streaming video, bluray integration it offers. It is also more stable and reliable than my 2014 pc. The games look good enough, though Alien Isolation seems to stutter on it occasionally, and I should have got it on PC.
I would rather turn over the xboxes to the kids than my PC. Also, the EA access bundle is a great value right now, and I use the kinect voice integration on a daily basis.
Though because of steam, gog, humble bundle, gmg, gamersgate, the stardock store and the occasional purchase from amazon, I have more PC games than I can play. Digital games are so convenient and reasonably priced they have spoiled me. On the Xbox one, they do have some digital sales which are really good (like the alien isolation sale) but for the most part it's cheaper to buy games on disk. Plus if you buy a game on disk you can sell them later.
Disks are fine as an install medium and I appreciate their use for that purpose since I have a crappy data cap. However, I hate using them, and my xbox's bluray drive is acting up and will probably need a repair soon. I wish there was a way to move the license from the disk so we could play without. Then have a way to put it back on the disk if people wanted to sale the game, like a NFC chip or something.