Your 3 year old _nephew_ plays MK/GTA and _you're_ not proud of it? What the hell do his parent's think of that? And cell phones at 4 is insane. Under what circumstance is a 4 year old going to be so far detached from a responsible adult family member that they'd have to make a decision to call one? I recently witness two boys, 8 and 10 years old, that literally could not stand still for 30 minutes during a wedding because they hadn't been allowed to play with their iPod Touch(es) for over an hour. I grew up with computers in the house and was given my first hand-me-down IBM XT around age 8, but hell if I ever sat at it longer than it took my friends to finish their homework so we could go skating or biking outside. If ignoring technology is a crime you can call child services on me today. They'll come to a modest apartment and find a little girl that doesn't require any electronic babysitters, a stay at home Mom that keeps her active, engaged, clean, and fed all day long, and if the timing is right a girl who smiles when her Dad gets home because she isn't buried into a soul-sucking LCD of one variance or another. We all grew up without these crutches, and while its not the popular or easy way to do it these days I sure as hell am going to try and figure out how.