wonderful work friend, wonderful work indeed I would stake my life on the bet that every person who has played online more than twice has played against some person who is cheating. This reminds me of a time when I was playing StarCraft online, and I pulled a Mutalisk-Zergling rush early in the game. Suddenly, when a player found himself against a small Zergling hoard and a dozen Mutalisks within 11 minutes of the game start, he immediatly accused me of being a hacker. I just found this utterly confusing, and semi-hilarious that he should be that upset over one simple, and easy to pull tactic that defeated him. Unfortunately, it is a sign of the online gaming scene, that those who are suddenly beaten or taken by surprise feal so much paranoia that they must accuse the victors, guilty or not, of cheating. It is so pathetic that people even spend time making and installing these hacks. Why do they have nothing better to do than to make themselves invulnerable through illigitemate code and countless baseless, shallow victories? What sort of inferiority complex is at work in these poor, mentally depraved individuals? I just don't know.