My final thoughts on this is that, there wasn't a huge support base for Indie games on Steam until just the past few years. Greenlight soon followed, and although it seemed like a great idea, it may have turned into a popularity contest. Even with a new system in place, in the future with a mini store, indie games will seemingly (With a front page on the store instead of on the front page of Steam) still take a back seat on Steam. My point is, maybe, just maybe, Steam isn't the perfect place for indies. There are other places that have more support for such titles.
Desura, or Good old Games (Gog.com)
have a large support base for indies. Desura, is actually a dedicated site for indie games alone, and has the largest selection of Indies, even more so than Steam. I mention both because people seem to think that Steam is the best place to sell their title. However, Steam typicaly sells more AAA titles, and I honestly think that indies have a harder time trying to compete with full grown studios/developers. My point is, it may be great to have your game right up there next to Civilazation, or Bioshock, but that may not be the best place for it. With Greenlight failing to meet expectations, who knows whats to come next, and whos to say thats the best thing for indies on Steam?
Again, I don't like to say it, as I'm a huge supporter of these smaller titles, but maybe the best place for these games, may not be Steam. Thoughts, comments appreciated.