Alright, so here goes. I bought my iMac with no intention of playing games on it (I've got my PS2 and GC for that), but I find myself in withdrawl from the only PC game I ever got addicted to besides The Sims, Dungeon Siege. I know that a Mac version's available, but I don't really want to play through the whole game again. So I keep hearing about World of Warcraft, and then I see that Gamespot gave it a 9.1. However, having NEVER played a Warcraft game, I don't really know what to expect. I like very simple RPG/strategy/action games like Dungeon Siege, but (for example) if it gets as complicated as in Neverwinter Nights, I'm completely lost (and out $70). So, WoW being an online game, could I say that it is comparable to sort of a Dungeon Siege-gone-online? Is it hard to understand, and will i feel like a Dungeons and Dragons nerd playing it (no offence)? Also, how much are the monthly fees for those of us in Canada, and is there any retail stores (ie: Future Shop/Walmart) here in Canada that anyone has seen the prepaid cards? And do you get like a "first month free" deal when you first buy the game? Thanks for your advice.