As I grow older I keep on comparing the behaviors of those in their late teens and 20's to my own to best understand how the world, or at least the culture around me, might be changing. "Kids" today take for granted having a personal computer in their pockets at all times. They are not really forced to memorize as much, be quite as creative, or have as much face to face time. I've seen them sitting in the same room staring at their phone texting/instant messaging each other as a form of communication. WotC are latching on to this idea. Though I believe there is a lot lost in not seeing a friend stand up gleefully and make sword thrust motions after rolling a Nat 20 and confirming. I suspect this product will work. The biggest concern will be WotC's ability to be a software/service provider instead of just licensing to other developers as they have done in the past http://www.mobygames.com/compa.... Presumably WotC would use their Magic Online development group to do this.