I think it would be really interesting to have a chat on HTF with former Circuit City CEO Richard Sharpe. The DIVX fiasco galvanized the internet HT community in a way that, from where sit, had much to do with its demise. He may be in a position now to talk about the DIVX issue now in a way that would be interesting for those of us who participated in the campaign against it. Some questions I would ask: In retrospect; how influential do you think the internet community was in the demise of DIVX? What were the long term goals of DIVX - I mean, where did you see DIVX would be 10 years later? How did the studios REALLY feel about the concept? In retrospect; would it have been better for you to lauch DIVX prior to March 1997? In other words, was the timing off? Did you personally follow the internet community's reaction to DIVX - aka the HTF, Digital Bits, etc? How would you do DIVX differently? Do you see a similar type of format re-surfacing? I mean by that a format that denies the consumer ownership rights of the physical property even if not the film or music on the disk?