Abington IP is urging all banned Xbox 360 users to contact them because a breach of contract microsoft may have done banning xbox 360's but most importantly, disabling features on them, without customers knowledge after voiding the consoles warranties. To me it seems Abington IP sees this as a chance to cash in and it may be with banned Xbox 360's being in the numbers of almost 1 million now, I'm no lawyer but if MS didn't disable features on them they would be in the green but they dicked around now they might be f@cked, but all in all, I see it as a chance of Abington to cash in. Its really messed up this situation is, by modifying the 360's their warranties are gone, but did MS really break the law by disabling features that had nothing to do with LIVE, I don't know. http://www.abingtonlaw.com/Xbox-Live-class-action.html I don't know how this will turn out but I well . . . . . . don know what to say because I want MS to win but at the same time I don't because what they did was a little childish . . . . and dey broke ma datel memory card.