Same here. I would dig having a Raspberry Pi, but at the same time, I know I wouldn't do very much with it. It is made as an experimentation/learning tool, so to someone who already knows a fair amount about computer science and programming would only benefit from the "gear-lust" in getting one. On the other hand, the Ouya does have its own market, and Average Joe User could, should he be so industrious, develop a game for the system and have it sold in their market, a la Google Play. (Good look getting that done on PSN or Nintendo's channels.)
What most people don't understand about "enlightenment" is that it is not an end-goal; but where you find yourself just before taking a new "first step."