This is good news, we you rooting for one evil corporation’s format to win over another? Most people buy/rent a movie and watch it once. Does anyone think this will change that? I hope some people in China break the format and make it easy to copy, BUT not till after a year or so after the studios have committed to supporting whatever the hell format they commit to. Also I’d like to see Microsoft and Intel back away from locking our new computers down so they can play digital media the movie studios will have none of that, so it looks like the big lock down for PCs that is coming will be for nothing. Your computer will be saying “I’m sorry Dave, I can’t do that” an awful lot after Vista. Things that will change once all the DRM is turned on in Vista: Sending your internal company memos to fuckedcompany.com won’t work. Running programs like LAME, SKYPE, P2P and anything with ripper in the name, will be a memory. Visiting web pages that are not corporate/IP friendly will be a thing of the past. Trying to make your own ring tones from music on your computer. Duping computer games and software will get much harder. You will RENT windows Vista and Office, to pay for updates.