I can't remember the last time I pre-ordered anything. I think I went to a store for WoW on launch. All my purchases now are deals on gogamer.com and by the time it's discounted the first round of bugs are fixed too. DRM, meh. I played Bioshock, actived, played, uninstalled, shelved forver. Aside from bargains, I don't plan on making many PC game purchases in the future. DRM is just an annoyance and part of a larger picture of growing PC gaming indifference. Maybe it's me or just being jaded, but the games aren't the same anymore. It's getting easier and easier to wait for a bargain or avoid the game altogether. Boycotting is a noble sentiment, but it's not likely to change much. The trend has already begun where the big publishers aren't even bothering to port to the PC and that's all I think a successful boycott would accomplish. It'll be more games like ones from Stardock and maybe that is a good thing.