Am I the only one on the planet who hates Steam? Picture this: I go to GamersGate, Direct2Drive, GOG.com or any other site, buy a game there, download the game there... and have to install Steam to use it. Even if I buy a physical copy of a game in the store, I have to install Steam.
Now do the other way around, and buy a game on Steam. You still have to have Steam installed, but you don't even need to know that there are alternatives. How come this is ok with everyone? Steam is trying their best to get a monopoly in the online client-marked. Sure, things like Origin, Games for Windows Live and UPlay isn't much better, but at least they only have a small selection of games. (and in Ubisoft's case, they mostly have only their own games.) Steam, on the other hand, is spreading on to Linux, Mac and consoles. And this is ok with everyone?
Even better, I've contacted the Steam customer support many times to get them to tell me why Steam is forced on us, but they can't give me a proper answer. All they do is tell me to post on the forum (to let it drown...) or that it's a third party decision if a game should be on Steam. Sigh... and again, people are fine with this crap?
So no, I will never, ever vote to get something on Steam. I will, however, drop a few dozen votes to not get it on Steam.