Personally, I'm tired of all the folks saying things can't be done. Ok, granted, it isn't going to work with what we have in place today. But what you are saying is the sorts of things people keep saying time and time again, only to be proven wrong. '640k is more then enough for any one' Remember that one from B Gates? How about 'I can foresee a maximum of three to four computers needed world wide' from the head of IBM. How about the ever popular 'Powered flight will never be possible' or 'Mankind can never reach the moon'. To toss out 'it can't be done' is a strong indication that you haven't payed any attention to history. Can't be don't right now? Ok, that only holds till some one figures out how, but to think it just can't be done? Please, wake up and look at the world. It's full of things that people proved could never be done. Think it's unlikely to be done? Well, I happen to remember when 300 baud was an amazing speed to have at home. Try playing Eve at that, or even that breakneck speed of 14.4 that was more then any one needed. Remember when a full game came on a single 5.25 disk, and had room for saves on it? Things change, get used to it. The Grid at CERN can do it today, and before you point out that CERN is a high tech gov lab just remember ARPA net was only for that as well at the start, and not that long ago. Today its kid, the internet, is the biggest source of home porn, movies and games in history at speeds no one believed possible. It won't be all that many years from now that some one may be looking at your post and laughing about how you thought it could never be done. And just think, you may well still be around to shake your head and feel embarrassed about it. Though your comment about feeling sorry for any one that invested, well, have to give you that one. Right now OnLive looks to be a kid making sandcastles and claiming he's going to be a world changing architect some day.