This pretty much nails where I stand on the issue. The fact that patching SOCOM 2 is even possible is fucking amazing, and I really hope that this debacle doesn't stifle progress on that front. Right now we can see night and day versions of just about every map in the game. I would never have thought that was even possible. When it comes to this issue, I do share that concern. It goes without saying that no one here wants cheating to become more frequent. Having said that, if cheating was always as easy as getting an FMCB card and stuffing your pockets full of codes, would the patch now being distributed really affect the frequency of cheating that much? Let's say for the sake of solution that it does. Is hexum responsible for what his customers choose to do with the cards he sells, if he does so under the pretense that it's for the patch? What can he do to prevent this issue further, barring not selling the cards at all? I suppose he could more thoroughly vet who he sells to, but that's his choice and not mine. I feel it's worth mentioning that in the video, Harry proved that his patch can rectify the problem that was potentially created by the card distribution. I'll be logging onto xLink a lot more in the next days to see if I spot any cheaters, hopefully not.