Nothing beats target booting and other simple functions like just copying a system drive from one machine to another without needing other software. In a lab, one machine down can be reimaged with just a firewire cable connected to a working Mac.
I found it pretty easy to maintain several hundred, though they were still the minority of the workstations and I didn't like them so much as to buy one myself.
I mean there was the... umm.. and the...
Really though, the last ethics class I took required an e-book with a 3 use license and six month expiration that cost $130. So, after six months, there is no access to the material at all, like a returned library book without even the value of a paper-bound book that could be burned for warmth.
The AARC is going to waste millions and go home with nothing.
This would be the happy result. I lack faith in our legal system these days to reach such a conclusion though.
Perhaps if conflicts and wars interrupted flight schedules and inconvenienced more people there would be less of them.
US manufacturing seems to interest Asian companies more than any US ones, they exited the US in the 80s/90s and invested heavily overseas. Even Foxconn of suicidal worker fame has been talking about opening US facilities.
It's one of the few areas where Congress and the President are in total agreement, citizens are the biggest threat to their power.
It mostly means they're a really bad place for information about movies or what actors have done.