Hi guys, I finally decided to take a little time to create an account here. I've been around here for a while, can't say for sure how long, but easily more than a year now. I specially love the reviews and guides for quick reference to prove points to colleagues, friends, customers, etc. on solid arguments. Anyway, this isn't really my first post, is my third one; but I'm writting this one if any reference about me is needed in the future. OK, being "brief", just a little about me: I'm an electronical engineering student [5th semester as of Jan 2012], I've always found a great interest in technology, computers and all that stuff; I think I'm still kind of a little kid in that matter, the more I know, the more I see, do and learn... the more I get amazed. I can easily recall the first time I showed interest for computers: being about 7 yo I had my first computing class and every day I had that class I was looking forward to it the whole day; many years passed, many computers around the house were dismantled, many games played [I'm mainly a RTS gamer, then shooting, then other genres], many screwing ups later... and I'm here, half-way in my career, investing some time here today that I have some spare time; still looking forward to know how most of our technology works, who and how came with groundbreaking ideas and willing to share opinions, debate some in the comments, and read news that are more of my interest than politics. I've had some feedback with Steve Walton by mail, and I'm looking forward to have feedback with even more people. As a C&C player would say after watching Raj Yoshi on Battlecast Primetime: "Cya in the battlefield"