Glad you like it.
To be honest, with how open the Steam Deck is, it's actually a very good complimentary device to Xbox Series X|S and PS5. There are remote play apps for both consoles that allow you to stream your games via WiFi to your Deck, which means even if you still rock AAAs on console and go to Steam Deck for less demanding games, it can be a transformative experience for your traditional consoles.
One of my work colleagues has a Series S and a Steam Deck. He's new to PC gaming and still plays AAA games on his Xbox. But he downloads PC exclusives, the odd Sony exclusive and smaller games on Steam. He can stream his Series S to Deck for handheld games, and when he docks his Steam Deck to his TV he can double-tap the pairing button on his Xbox controller and it connects to his Deck via Bluetooth.
So he's basically got one controller, two systems, hooked up to a 1080p TV and has a great time with it! I kind of admire the simplicity of his setup, but I've got a 4K TV now so no chance of me going solo with my Deck. Maybe if a hypothetical Deck 2 supports eGPU over Thunderbolt/USB 4.0 or something...
And while we all have our preferences, Steam Deck has pretty much obliterated nearly every use-case I have for the Switch. Since I'm primarily a HTPC gamer, Deck has done what my Switch could never: one purchase, play on handheld at 40-60fps (where Switch is 30) or TV at 4K (where Switch is sometimes 1080p, mostly 900p). Heck, some of my games play at 4K 60fps on the Steam Deck, so I don't even need my PC powered on to play them at all!
I still have a Switch for the odd Nintendo game (the last one I played was the 3D Kirby game which was, admittedly, awesome) but it's been so good to just play my games on my PC.