Destroyer5....if you own the hardware completely and unfettered....then fix it yourself. For the rest of us who understand terms and conditions of use of proprietary hardware and software...you never fully own it and thank goodness for that. I wouldn't enjoy any of the modern tech in my house if I had to figure it all out on my own. Best to just root them on since you already purchased the use of the hardware and hope they give a crap enough to do it fast and properly. They understand that this hurts future sales. The only thing that we have over them is our wallets. Once they stop caring about money that's when you can be pissed when they knife you in the back like snake-oil salesmen. It hasn't come to that nor will it. Cheers.