So I noticed that last week when I picked up my Halo 2 and this week when I picked up my Metriod Prime 2, the guy at EB tried to sell me a $3 "insurance" on my games. Basically, they say that if anything happens to the disc in the first year, they'll replace it. Now maybe it's just me, but why would anything happen to my game discs? What are they expecting-that people are using their games as coasters when they're not playing them? I can see if perhaps you had small kids who didn't know any better, but otherwise I can't really see the purpose of paying for this warranty. Is this just another way to try to make more money when profit margins on games are already thin?