As long as I can play games, I'm fine with it.
What scares me most is that the majority of consumers in the USA feel the same. I'm really on the fence as to whether it succeeds or not, but damn I really hope it doesn't. At least not until PS5 has come and gone.
Give it time my dude. Casuals literally will ruin everything with given time. I mean, look how long it took the casual in the mobile industry to grow and then explode, getting those some money grubbing AAA pubs, to go and seek out just what made them wads of cash on that platform. If Stadia takes off with flying colours, that's it for gaming. All streaming, absolutely zero ownership, and a netflix style fee, guaranteeing them insane amounts of cashflow.
I gotta say, I really loathe how nearly every industry is trying to steadily move into this "you pay me per week/month/year" model, rather than buy once, get a good sales, it's almost like these industries don't want anyone even paying once, let alone getting a good deal (I can say the same to artists who keep raising their prices, gate-blocking those who want to support them)