That's a great point. The only thing is, I don't know how much I can really care that Agnes is dead. I don't know that I bought that her consciousness separated from her body was really the same as being a real person, so I'm not sure that I'm personally able to feel what the story requires for me to be worked up over it. In my mind, Agnes died when her physical body died - what's in the framework is a copy of her consciousness, but not the real thing. So, while what Fitz did ultimately did extinguish a voice from the framework, I'm not sure that I'd consider it a murder because I'm not sure that I'd consider that fragment of her consciousness to be alive. Just as I won't shed any tears for Radcliffe if he dies in the framework, because he's already dead. Then again, if they can sell it in such a way that I believe Fitz is genuine in whatever his feelings are, maybe I'll be able to work through that I don't believe he killed a real person.