It seems nice apart the DRM part. While one would expect restrictions on their PC in a business environment, it will not be a nice feeling that you no longer have full administrative control of your home PC! :c It looks like Intel is starting to listen to the Entertainment Industry and begin following their ways. This is equivalent to one business telling another business what to do. When this happens, the business begins ignoring the customers since a 'business letter or proposal' looks more neat and formal than a typical 'customer E-mail'. Next, the business (Intel in this case) begin following what other businesses (entertainment industry) are asking for; not realising that the music and video industry buy far fewer PCs than home users!! When a customer does not want something in their product, what happens: They find a competitor! :d Intel need to realise that just because they may have high performance specifications, does not mean that something extra like DRM features will have minimal effect on whether the customer decides to purchase it. If the music or video industry wants hardware based DRM features in a PC, they should make their own dongle or add-on, which a customer can optionally purchase from a record store to play DRM protected content.