1. Flaunting one's illegal use of software - illegal by the fact that one hasn't legally bought a copy of a program that has a list price, unless it was a gift (and I suspect that it isn't) - only invites people like the RIAA to crow about how they're In The Right when they muzzle free speech and otherwise prevent people like US from producing our very legal work, in the name of protecting copyrights. 2. Disrespect is NOT a verb, no matter how much Limp Bizkit one listens to. 3. There are no such things as "softwares". "Software" may be used in the plural, as in "installing software"; or in the case of "software packages". Stephen Goodman http://www.earthlight.net/Gallery_Front.html - Cartoons & Illustrations http://www.earthlight.net/Studios * The free Loop of the Week! http://www.mp3.com/StephenGoodman * New MP3 Releases!