I worked for John Deep of Aimster for 2 years. In that time I watched him take a reasonably successful company with a good business relationship to the major educational publisher Pearson/Prentice Hall, and destroy both the business and the friendly relations, all trying to become some kind of super-successful clone of Napster; he ended up with a not very functional product, no support ("Ryk, customer service isn't part of what we do here." -- a quote from John Deep about why he wasn't going to let me or anyone "waste our time" on actually trying to deal with user concerns), and no money. The sad thing is watching this horror show keep shambling on like a zombie on the late night show. Rather than accepting the fact that he's completely blown his life, he's now trying to get the SUPREME COURT to hear him? Good god.