This could be interesting, the DVD format obviously differs from the CD format, so there are more previously unexplored possibilities for protection for MacroVision to play around with. In addition, DVD writers are relatively new beats, and have not yet reached the same level of technical competancy as CDRWs. This is also an opportune time for Macrovision to implement new weak sectors. However, all of the recent games I have bought have still been in CD-ROM format, and the 650MB limit per CD is still sufficient for many developers. In addition, surprisingly few users have PC-DVD drives. I think it will be a long while before SafeDisc DVD is used on a routine basis. By then CloneDVD will probably be available, and the never-ending battle will start all over again. And most users still won't have grown up to the fact that it is time to start paying for software rather than copying it, or "making legal backups" as some CDFreaks users DO actually use it for. And CloneDVD will probably suffer from mass-piracy YET AGAIN... and so the world goes round. Sigh.