I'm prepared to not care, so long as motherboards are produced that will accept multiple video cards.
The big players are all on board for moving everything to cloud computing.
I think that once broadband internet access is universal enough, and fast enough, the development of powerful desktop/mobile CPUs for PCs will pretty much come to an end.
In the future, your gaming rig will be mostly video hardware, with some flavor of ARM type processor, maybe even no CPU, and minimal on board storage.
You will be forced into cloud computing for the things you do that need real CPU capability, and cloud storage for your mass storage.
Imagine a PC store being kind of like cell phone stores now.
You go in, pick the PC device you want, and the combined data/computing/storage plan to go with it.
It will be a win/win for Intel, as they don't really make much money on CPUs for the main stream PC market. Their margins are better on CPUs for the enthusiast PC market, but they make their real money on server CPUs.
Basically, embrace the horror.