I hate DRM in all its forms, but some more than others. Securom and the like - Eat my shorts. Steam can be made to do as its told, back up the game folders before you go online and if a forced update wrecks your game (Skyrim for instance) you can go offline and put things back as they were. Steam then goes back behind my firewall and if it don't like it, it can - Eat my shorts. Origins, my information is mine and I put a high price on it, so either offer to pay me for it or - Eat my shorts. Ubisoft, I'd rather rim my own blowhole. When I pay my hard earned for a game I want to be left alone to enjoy it. The day that I permenantly unplug my gaming rig from the Nettie is getting closer, ho hum.