I have to admit, I find it ironic that the announcement was made using a graphic with no ALT text (given the band's politics and the lawsuit I was tangentially party to in Sydney).
Update: The "Sydney Morning Herald" posted an in-depth review of the band.
For those of you complaining about the network at our house (ok, so the ding-ding on AOL and Sametime was annoying every few seconds), I upgraded the firewall we use to a Linksys BEFSX41. This is a nifty new box which features built-in filtering of content (which we likely won't use of course, but could be useful for blocking ad sites), dynamic DNS (er, again, won't use), a 10/100 uplink to the WAN (moderately useful, the WAN itself is 1.5Mbs but the connection now is full-duplex), uPNP (still unclear on the concept) and a bunch of other nifty features including inbound VPN support.
Every mail bounced.
That is, I got returned mail from all seven HH's, either the specific contact was no longer employed, or in two cases, the domain didn't even exist.
Note: It's not intended to be a seamless landscape.