Precisely! That's exactly the sort of stuff I mean. 'Grayson' is brilliant; thanks for showing it to me. (Unfortunately, the 'making of' is a bit too large for me - dial-up is a bitch sometimes. I'll watch 'Patient J' later when I have more time.) Now imagine if they could put all that energy into making a full-length 'Grayson' that they'd actually get paid for. It'd be AWESOME! What exactly do you mean by 'a licensing nightmare'? Because these versions of the characters are different from the standard ones, and the marketing would have to reflect that? I don't see how that would be a problem - at various times, there have been multiple different versions of DC characters out there. You can currently watch something like ten to fifteen different interpretations each of Batman or Superman (and I'm probably missing a few), and these are the 'official' versions. I don't see how marketing 'alternate' versions would make any difference.