One of the things wrong in America is lawsuits...its destroyed their medical system, it has destroyed common decency (afraid to help a stranger who is on fire cause he may sue you?) and it creates fucking morons...lets not work but rather find someone to sue... however I can't help but to want Activision to get hit hard. Some arguments have been...we are getting free discs sometime after 2008. Big fucking whoopie doo ... if I went to a theater and bought a ticket and the movie was accidentally in black and white.... would the wait till 2008 approach work? Then some people say "Dude patches have been around forever..." and sure they have however this isn't a fucking patchable console...which means before release date hits you NEED to fix all the bugs....or at least all that might hinder game play. If there is a wall you can occasionally glitch through there is no need for a recall however fucking up the sound in a sound game is a big deal. Okay Weapon, so the company fucked up...but sued? COME ON! Well I am a movie producer...I would love to produce a sci-fi post apocalyptic film...actually its all I can think of right now....however BIG BUCKS....but what if I made half the film, marketed the movie...sold it and when people complained "Where is the end?" I said "hey must be a glitch do me a favor and wait till 2008!" Then used the earned revenue from sales to finish my movie. Conspiracy much? Maybe but I am not to far off ... Activision got my money before they SHOULD have and with that money they could have A) invested it early ... companies do this ALL the time... B) Not had the funds for proper developing and then used the income from sales to finish the job. Either way the customer buys a game at peak value and by the time they get a fix the game DEPRECIATES...I think that may be a key here. Selling a game and patching it a few days later is no big deal...shit mistakes happen... however selling a product for $90 dollars that can't be patched, then having the customer wait months to get a fix at which point his product is worth significantly less.... and the gamer has either A) beaten the game in a sub par experience and will probably never pop in the replacement disc or B) has his guitar sitting for 4 months on a wall waiting for a replacement disc ... knowing that $90 could have been used toward a game he could be PLAYING now. Bottom line is that developers need to be sent a message....and that is finish the fucking game BEFORE you said it out. I hate stupid American lawsuits but let me say I fully support the one going on against Activision.