my thought is that when choosing a gaming console, you better not be making frame rate or resolution your number one deciding factor. if that's all your after, a console isn't the right choice to begin with.
so assuming we are all buying a console for the 'right' reasons(so whatever reason you don't want to game on a pc), then it makes perfect sense to me that the xbox one or ps4 might suit your needs better. whether you want something that's simpler to use, or integrates better into your living room, or has the exclusives you're most interested in. those seem like good reasons to choose one console over the other.
it just seems odd to me to pick one because it has 10% better graphics, when i'm sure the PC version will be 50% better than that.
for me, the fact the ps4 should run games better, is like 4th or 5th down on my priority list. i will admit that pc gaming seems like the 'logical' choice for me right now, but i have an unexplainable attachment to consoles that just makes me want either a ps4 or xbone. between those two, i consider controllers, games, what my friends have, price for the console and accessories, and media playback to all be more important than frame rate or resolution.
Displays: Samsung PN64F8500/JVC X35
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1130K, 7.1/5.1.2 audio
Sources: HTPC(Enby), PS3, XBOX360, Wii
Control: Harmony One