Three words, Spielberg: Choke on it! Now that I’ve expressed the sentiments of 99% of the people who visit this place, let me remind you that this is one small incident, and is rather insignificant in the looming Orwellian nightmare that is DRM. The juggernaut can’t be stopped, but it will likely be slowed. As I’ve stated before, until the Wal*mart crowd accepts a technology, the old one will remain the only commercially significant technology of the masses. Blu-Ray and HD-DVD will continue to be bogged down by their own infighting, and I suspect Europe will shun Vista in favor of a more “permitting” XP as their Windows de jour (because of the RPC-1 support). Will this slow the adoption of draconian DRM before they realize that the only thing they need to do is provide their gold-plated terds at a decent price, rather than continually stymy their customers and indulge in their own greed? Far more profit is to be made by those industry giants who can see through the immediate bottom line and SERVE their customers. The BAFTA loss is practically meaningless to Spielberg - as arrogant as it might sound, the Oscar is the one coveted by any filmaker these days, and the next time, they’ll “hit the right button” Sadly, however, this minor wakeup call will do nothing to stop the MPAA and it’s members from continually pushing the wrong buttons - those of their would-be loyal customers.