Game Revolution posted a Gamepro article about game developers complaining about how they don't get any money out of the used games market. http://www.gamepro.com/news.cfm?article_id=143908 What does everyone else think of that? Me, I read it and thought: Oh dear, someone call the WAAAAAAAHmbulance. Honestly. Game developers whining about how they can't control what we do with our own property? Cry me a river. Then build a bridge and **GET OVER IT**. Here in the US, the First Sale Doctrine has been in place for over 100 years now. Once we own something, we can resell it. The law says so. End of discussion. So if I want to sell my games to a retail store that deals in used software (I would never do that; it is a complete rip-off), then I can. And if they decide to turn around and sell it to another customer, then they can. The intelectual property still belongs to the developer, but the disc or cartridge or whatever does not. The owner can do with it as he/she/it sees fit. The law says so. Game developers: <whimper, sob>But it isn't **FAIR**!</whimper, sob> Me: Grow up, you whining maggots.