I'd suggest those of you feel the same way e-mail them something similar to firstname.lastname@example.org --------- To Whom It May Concern: I am writing to express my disappointment in your decision to require ET: QW (Quake Wars) to require the DVD in the drive to start up. Quake Wars on Windows and Linux does not require the CD in, only your Mac port. It has been argued time and time again by all gamers that this is a ridiculous measure of copy protection. You are punishing normal gamers like myself who LEGALLY pay and buy your software, while only make a small nuisance for people who pirate it (go on the internet right now, you can find any number of "no cd" cracks to over ride your copy protection.) I am sick and tired of having to put the CD in every time I want to play. It puts wear and tear on my drive, it makes my system slower because every time I open up Finder it has to spin up the CD (if I leave it in the drive). What is worse is you are unduly punishing Mac users with your port when the ORIGINAL game doesn't require a CD. The login system that verifies your account name is all the copy protection you need. Suffice to say I wanted to express my anger at this decision and let you know I will not be purchasing any more Aspyr games if this is how you all operate. It makes me upset because I wanted to support Mac gaming and was looking forward to buying CoD 4 from you. Perhaps I would change my mind if you released a patch update to disable the CD copy protection (like Blizzard did with the OS X version of Warcraft III). If you are interested, go to http;//forums.macrumours.com and click on Apple Games. There you will find MANY threads lamenting, bashing, and bemoaning your use of copy protection which punishes people who legally buy your games and just want to relax and play them. Does not look good for business. I am sorry for my harsh e-mail, but I paid a lot of money for your product and intended to pay a lot more for your other products, but I think I will go to MacSoft now as they do not include the archaic "enter DVD/CD in drive" method. Thank you.