Well, I'm not saying that the general GameStop practice of buying a week-old game from someone for $20 and then putting it back on the shelf next to new copies for $45 isn't really scummy, because it is. I've pretty much stopped shopping there because of that. However, my concern is more for the long-term. I only get around to a lot of games a few years (or more) after they're released, so a significant part of my non-Steam game collection comes from digging through used bins for previous generations to find good stuff I missed when it was new. (One or two game stores near me have used titles going all the way back to the Atari 2600, which is awesome.) If the industry's major players start widespread implementation of anti-used measures now, what's that going to mean for me in a couple of years, when I'm looking to pick up older titles? That's what worries me, and that's why I can't agree with opinions like in the link.