Comfort isn't an issue for me - I have my computer hooked up to 42" TV and I play with a controller and have a wireless keyboard/mouse for any actual computer stuff I need to do (I really don't know why more people don't do this - I see people who have TVs that can do it but they don't seem to realize that it can).
I'm honestly only playing on Xbox because of the DLC for now - once it's out on PC I'll go back to PC .
Because I have a level 35 Khajiit on XBox who didn't finish the main story until lvl 31 because he kept raiding Draugr crypts and Dwemer ruins, completing misc. quests and levelling BSing for that sweet Dragonbone gear. Who needs mods, Skyrim already has tons to do! Now if you'll excuse me, there's a Dwemer ruin on the horizon that desperately needs my whirling furry fury.
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My PC can run it just fine now but I'm waiting til all official DLCs / patches are out. Played heavily modded games of both Morrowind and Oblivion. Then a patch comes out breaking my save sometimes temporarily til the modders can bring their stuff in line. Occasionally broke my save for good or had to restart to take full benefit of updates.
As a result, despite many many hours in both games, I never finished em. My game time is limited and sometimes my "play" sessions involved only tinkering with the construction kit or fixing compatability issues or making my own mods. All can be fun but I'm not playing the game.
Playing on console basically removes all that and lets me actually play and I still have fun despite no mods. Better graphics arent such an issue for me. Game looks fine on console.
Skyrim may be my first TES game that I actually complete the main quest. I recently bought Fallout 3 (played on PC modded but never finished) for cheap and taking the same approach I am enjoying playing the console version.