No, my point is is that there isn't close to enough information out there about the PS5 or Google Stadia to actually make a comparison between the two and doing is is ridiculous. We know hardly anything about the PS5 or Xbox Scarlett outside of some ballpark performance indicators, but here you are confidently saying that Google Stadia will be cheaper to own?
If that was your point, you'd have responded to the OP of this thread.
Also, I am not saying that Stadia will be cheaper to own; there's nothing to own, after all. What I am saying is that price won't be an obstacle for Stadia, unlike what the OP suggested.