Almost every day I see complaints about Steam's seeming lack of quality control, showing off some awful piece of shovelware as evidence for supporting such an endeavor. Every time its brought up I say I'm of the feeling that I don't want Valve to decide for me what games I like, that people don't have to buy crap games and that Steam's combination of filters and how people generally find out about quality titles means that it doesn't harm one's ability to find games to play. As an example, most of the games that I get on Steam I find out about through news sites and word of mouth, so when something that interest me is announced I just go to the Steam page and add the game to my wishlist to remember for later. But some people keep saying that its clogging up the store, making it harder to find games via Steam's new releases, front page, and general Steam store. That eventually many lesser known gems that might be put on Steam may go unnoticed by even news sites and people who look out for such stuff should Steam be covered in a huge number of trash games. Do that many people use the front page of Steam as an indicator of what games to buy? Is the shovelware being added to Steam a problem that Valve should do something about? And if it is, how would Valve go about solving it without removing games that people might otherwise want to buy? A lot of people cite Greenlight as a mistake, having gotten a lot of bad games added to Steam. But just as well, Greenlight is responsible for many successful titles being added. Is there some way Valve could properly have quality control without preventing more niche titles that people may enjoy from being added? I'm worried that people pushing for quality control could result in Steam turning into another GOG.