For those who don't know, OnLive is an cloud gaming service that launched in the middle of 2010 and has since grown to have a library of almost 300 games. Due to the games being hosted in the cloud, you don't have to download or install anything: you stream the content you play from a remote server, with another system doing all the processing. With it, you can play the newest games on the weakest of hardware, provided it could handle streaming HD video. I made this thread because I'm curious if anyone here uses the service or wants to. If you do use the service, how has it treated you? Is it laggy as hell, or can legitimate gaming fun be had on it? For those who don't have it, are you interested in it at all?