This is a little unusual. I'm looking at putting together a panel for MAGFest (Music And Gaming FESTival - www.magfest.org) on why the average joe should care if video games are considered art. I could use a lawyer to just say a few words on freedom of speech rights for artists and answer any relevant questions. It would be very, very little work on your part. Are there any lawyers out there in internet world who live in the DC/Baltimore area or were planning to go to MAGfest who might lend me an hour or two?
I did the demo of Driver: San Francisco and it was okay but certainly not the Driver of old (as in the very first game that was so great). I will decline on purchasing the game, mostly because Gears of War 3 is only two weeks away.