I'm seeing some concerns out there about this open beta announcement. First, I want to say that it is amazing how many of you are so passionate about Firefall that you are this emotionally invested to even have fears about our development progress. You all are what makes working on Firefall a pleasure and an adventure. Now there are a lot of various concerns and questions and I'd like to try to consolidate those to see if we can help alleviate some of those fears. Rather than having long-winded proclamations, try to focus your thoughts down into 3 distinct fears of a sentence or less. I'll start with my own fears... Not enough content by July to hold players' attention. Server capacity and scalability for influx of unlimited number of players. Community team man power to handle potentially millions of new users. Now each of my fears are being addressed by the team right now. There are multiple teams working on new content. I've seen some of the new stuff and it's looking really sweet. The tech ops team is constantly working on scalability along with the programmers all working on performance improvements. These are both on-going battles. The community team is probably a unique fear to me because that's my responsibility, but we are working on tools for the community to help self-manage. We are hiring a French community person. We will be engaging more volunteer moderators. And we're building tools to make our lives easier overall. What are your fears? What would be required of us to make you all feel comfortable with open beta in July?