Hi, guys. I bought Portal 2 on a retail DVD from Amazon. It arrived today. The box says "WIN MAC DVD-ROM" on it. I popped it into my iMac and ran the Portal 2 Setup utility, which only opened Steam and had me enter a code from inside the DVD box. Then Steam directed me to download an 11GB file. My ISP caps my monthly downloads at 2GB so I won't be able to play the game I just purchased until mid-October if I'm forced to download it. I purchased the physical media for this very reason. The disc contains 7.8GB worth of .sid, .sis and .sim files, which I assume are the binaries I need for the game to install. So... what's going on? The box doesn't say anywhere that it requires an internet connection, let alone a fast, unlimited one. I've scoured the web and have not found anything helpful on this subject, amazingly enough, and am hoping my friends here at MacRumors can offer some advice. Thanks! (If your "advice" is to get a real internet connection, yes, that would be nice but that's not possible here, unfortunately.) *Edit: I removed all of my f-bombs, angry statements and comparisons between Steam and other things that produce steam for the benefit of everyone.