Honestly, I don't get what the big deal is here. Yeah, they might have made up the figure 99.8%, but if you honestly believe there are more people that care about DRM, then people that don't care or don't even know what it is, you need an intuition check. This is a hardware enthusiast forum. People here are more likely to care about computer and software related issues than someone who is a basic user. My roommate is a perfect example. He is incredibly smart (he is going to get his Ph.D. in molecular biology), but he bought spore not knowing it had DRM, and not even knowing what DRM is. And to him, even if he knew it had DRM it doesn't matter. He has had the same Dell computer for years, and he a.) never changes his hardware, and b.) never reinstalls his OS. MOST people are like this. This website is for enthusiasts, which are a minority compared to the number of people that use computers for basic purposes. That being said, I think DRM is one of the absolute worst things in the computing field. I 100% support open source software. Not only is it free, but for those of us that are programmers, it is always fun to play around with code and add new features or edit existing features in a program.