[QUOTE=redk9258;2494636]Flash isn’t going to take over. Streaming or downloads will. I could see you putting an SD card into the kiosk to download the movie to. This will then play with some sort of a time limited key or something.
San Disk is selling MP3 albums on uSD cards, but I don’t think they sell very many. http://www.sandisk.com/products/slotmusic/slotmusic-cards.aspx[/QUOTE]
I think Flash will not take over as how will they protect themselves from catching a virus or worm that was on somebodys’ flash when they plug into the kiosk to download the movie? If the Redbox company hasn’t taken this into account then they are asking for trouble from malicious programs from messing up their system. I think this will be one point that will prevent Flash downloads from taking root. With DVD itself you rent, watch, and return without any risk of catching virus or malware from infecting your system or from going to another kiosk or headquarter risking loosing sensitive data. That would be one way for someone intending to steal peoples’ C.C. info since you use your credit card at the kiosk to rent your movies. They need to provide alot better security before I trust plugging a memory stick to download the movie. Since with DVD you don’t risk catching anything other then a bad disc.