Yeah, I'll admit that I wasn't that good with keeping my stuff organized when I was younger, but I really don't have a problem with that now. Vita and other handheld games are kept safe in the small portable cases I bought and the vita games in the carrying case I bought for the vita (with the boxes kept on the self). PS2 games as well as Wii, Xbox games on the shelves and the disks in their respective cases.
Steam itself is kind of convenient with having games all in one place (but need to log in to access them first unless you're in offline mode...so there's that). GOG, Humble Bundle, Gamersgate, and a few other services operate the same way (sort of), you have a game shelf (or library) but you can have your games on both those websites (provided that they don't take down the game) and on your computer's hard drive and/or external backup, but even then it's still wise to back each and every one of them up just in case.
Stuff like this
is why some of us will choose Steamworks titles over titles using other forms of DRM any day.
That can happen with any form of DRM, Steam really isn't that different.
Man, some of you anti-Steam nuts need to chill out.
You're starting to scare me.
I'm not entirely Anti-Steam. I just avoid these topics most of the time because of the disagreements and arguments that go on in them.