I don't finish games. I often don't even come close. Game publishers probably lose millions on people like me because often the demo provides just enough content to keep me satisfied. Such was the case with Freedom Force, and Giants: Citizen Kabuto, and, most recently, Vietcong. I'm sure it would be the same if I got around to downloading the Praetorians demo. However, occasionally (my wife would say all too frequently) I still buy a game. I play and play and play for hours and, well, stop playing. Is the game bad? Not usually. Am I bored with it? Not really. Most often it's lost just enough appeal that I just don't boot it up again. Many of you voiced similar experiences in the "What happened to Nintendo magic?" topic in the forums. I suspect a lot of this can be blamed on our status of Gamer With Job and being able to afford to buy more than two games a year. No longer do we have to beg (though many of us still do) on our birthday and at [insert holiday not affiliated with religion here] for a single new game. We can wallow in console gluttony, feeding our insatiable appetite for eye candy. Oh well...works for me!