I went with a 3, but could maybe be talked into a 4.
The presentation format itself was great, just focus on what your new hardware is and then shove game after game in our faces.
The fact that they attempted to mislead verbally with the "exclusive" chant that went on before every timed, errr I am sorry I mean "launch" exclusive was sickening.
The whole "we have 22 exclusives" statement was misleading and embarrassing.
The $499 price point for the Scorpio was embarrassing.
The name XB1X, surely not to be confused with the XB1S by parents who are just trying to get that new system for their kid this year, is embarrassing.
Of the 6 or 7 actual exclusives, I will be glad to play 3 or so on my PC. That's not embarrassing.
Back to the price point though, what the hell are they thinking? I get that they want to target the "but but but graphics" crowd but even they have a ceiling for what they will spend on a console.
This presentation left me with one resounding thought. MS in this gen is screwing up as badly with the XB1(insert letter here) as Sony did initially with the PS3. Only MS hasn't taken the proper steps to recover, nor do they have the clout from winning previous gens (any) to garner the good will of the gaming community. I went in wanting to like this conference, but damn.