You know... I have mixed thoughts on this.
AACS is the devil. On the other hand, I don't think people are going to care much. Lets face it, adding a chip that handles AACS is going to be just about as tough as dealing with directX. After about a year, once everything is compatible, almost nobody will even notice.
So, you get a fancy monitor with an HDMI cable..
You get a video card with HDMI output.
The dual core, and quad core systems are getting fast enough that they can deal with the encryption, PLUS at some point somebody is going to figure out a way to decrypt the system.
Again, I don't think people are going to even notice. Much.
I've been using build 5600 for a while now. It is pretty stable, fast and looks good. It has a lot more intuitive features, than the previous versions. When version 6.1 hits the market 'for real'... who knows.
Build a man a fire, and he will be warm for a night. Set a man on fire, and he will be warm for the rest of his life.