But Jdub does have a point. As long as they don't enforce the policy, then I guess it doesn't matter. No he doesn't. Even though we focus heavily upon optical drives and media, we report on a variety of subjects in addition on the news page including but not limited to: legal matters, filesharing, codecs, etc. This is not a violation of policy to report the demise of the #1 filesharing app on the Internet. At one point a full third of the entire traffic of the internet was BitTorrent traffic. BitTorrent is one of our most talked about softwares on the P2P forum. People need to know what is going on with this software. I would like to remind everyone here that just prior to the legal download music services coming online, we saw a horrific legal attack unleashed on the public. I would not be surprised if we see BitTorrent go legit someday. It is without a doubt the most efficient means of transferring files via the Internet ever devised. To let this concept die would be a shame. Bram Cohen came up with an ingenious system that needs to be pursued and improved not killed. I can see game companies saving a fortune distributing their software. Even downloadable movies with DRM could use such a model.