Same old story..... Warners has always been at the forefront when it comes to screwing up video distribution. Decades ago they decided that just renting vhs tapes was dangerous but they liked the money so.......They decided all video stores would have to have the renter fill out a simplified version of the contract they used for film rentals. Yes, 4 pages of "where will this be shown", "how many people will be there" and of course lots of scare stuff about what would happen if you breached the contract. Naturally, almost all stores just stopped renting Warner tapes and soon the contracts were forgotten. It's not the only strange thing they have done, just one of the most bizarre. Now they are going to forbid libraries from owning full featured dvds? How do they plan to pull that off? Telling public libraries what they can and can't own is not a politically good move.