Has it occurred to anyone that family sharing was the reason they did the DRM?! Frankly, I am glad to see family sharing gone because it means the DRM is truly gone.
Everyone was and is so busy accusing Microsoft of doing this just to rape gamers that no one has thought about what the real reason for the DRM was. They had to be looking for SOME sort of deal from publishers, so dropping it means something HAD to go. In the end, the DRM would have sucked for gamers, but no matter what you think about why they did it, they did it to get special treatment. Not just to screw people over (that was just a side effect).
No doubt, Microsoft thought they could make more money if they offered all digital sales and family sharing. The publishers wanted stronger DRM to accept that.
Microsoft's mistake was believing that stuff mattered at all to gamers, but digital sharing is never going to happen without insane DRM. That's what publishers require to accept digital sharing.