lmao Yeah, that's pretty much Asperger Syndrome right there dude. The problems you speak of come from compulsion. It's like tunnel vision. You are set a task and instead of reading a manual or listening the first thing the autistic brain does is figure out how to do it your way. Once that happens? anything else is change, to which you will freak out if you have to change. Have you see Rainman? if so then just watch his reaction when he's taken to the airport. That's basically what happens to an Aspie if they are told something is going to change. Or, for example, if you moved something around without telling them. Many Aspies make great scientists. Einstein was one. However, Aspies have to do things the hard way. Instead of following logic sometimes they just go off tangent, yet, end up with the same set of results. This is why I said that AMD did things in a very Aspie fashion. Instead of designing a CPU around the software that was out there already, and concentrating on beefing up single core performance they instead ignored that and put out a 8 core processor that had absolutely NO software support whatsoever. They then tried to sell that CPU. They did it before with the 64 bit CPU. It took years for it to finally work as it should have.