So it's illegal and bannable to rent a game, burn it and play it on your Xbox 360...but they let people that violate release dates set by the companies that release the game get away with playing early? I know street dates aren't an actual "law", but it's almost like Microsoft is just letting people who work at video game stores slide through the cracks, even though they're clearly breaking some kind of law....not sure what it would fall under, but that's beside the point. You mean to tell me it's ok to violate a rule set forth by the publishers...and often times, "steal" (which is a felony) the game and play it online with no punishment, what-so-ever, but it's not ok for someone to burn a game they PAID to play from say, Blockbuster, and play it on their Xbox, which at BEST is a minor piracy offense which is a misdemeanor....and you ban their accounts? Just seems a bit oxymoronic to me that people get punished for breaking some of the sillier Xbox ToS rules and those who actually break the law go unpunished. You'd think MS would atleast attempt to assist the publishers (EA, in this case) in sorting out people that obtained the game early through unconventional means and get them suspended from XBL/PSN or atleast from the game servers. Just my opinion, anyways. ><!