I could see the suffering due to the way the technology is paired up. overall that was my general assumption based on how poorly steam seems to handle the available connection of the service. It's minor at best for me. After deleting the sky computer and acquiring another, the performace seemed a lot better. Steam is still limited however but I was reaching about 80mbs on Origin.
However, the shared GPU usage is fine, the gpus within the server setups are decent and should be able to maintain a decent amount of load regardless of their age. The amount of VRAM is very lacking however at 2gbs. so I don't think of them as one of the major issue currently at this very moment. Now, what is an issue is the CPU usage, there is no way, on the ultra plan that you could possibly play the newest games, at ultra settings on 1 cores / 1 hyperthreaded core. Not paired with the current gpu anyway, its a very big stretch.
No amount of hyperthreading will provide that sort of performance on such a low clocked core. This isn't even comparable to an i3 6xxx level of performance or even the very dated Phenom quad core level of performance, which is dated by most standards at this point unless you're running a 5 year old laptop as a comparison point.
For this program to be successful out of "beta", they all have to adjust the available core per virtual machine or they will fail for any gamer expecting an actual high end computer performance on any current AA or AAA title or something beyond the likes of a non system intensive game.
Don't get me wrong from what testing I did manage to do, it ran great for running something like say the first Tomb Raider remake from 2013 on normal settings and hitting about a comfortable 60fps. However for ultra tier plans, people will except high to ultra tier performance which currently isn't there in more modern games.
More so if anyone was to look at this as an option to set up a streaming dedicated machine.
As someone potentially interested in investing time into it for my own personal use and as someone who is considering future partnership, I am invested in doing the ground work and personally testing something before I recommend it to other. This is coming in at a solid "maybe". Once their systems get more vrams on the gpus, and they reach at least quad core level for the cpus, then I would say definitely. I know quite a few people that could use this. but again, I'm making sure to check that the limited CPU for this virtual machine isn't a bug, because it seems kind of lacking with the hardware.
So here's hoping for some new hardware set up soon, a service like this is greatly needed.