I think you are mixing up conditions that need to be met to conduct business and refusing to do business. I cannot refuse to sell you a product if you meet the conditions that I have previously spelled out. I cannot change the conditions of the sale if I don't like you or at a whim. -----Original Message----- From:.jeff Subject: RE: [thelist] MSN locks out non IE browsers guy walks into a menswear store. he's not wearing any shoes. "i'm sorry, but you're going to have to leave. no shirt, no shoes, no service." or, guy walks into bowling alley. he wants to bowl. "i'm sorry sir, but you're going to have to rent a pair of *our* bowling shoes if you want to bowl. we can't allow you to use street shoes because it will mess up the floor." or, guy walks into skating rink with his own skates. "i'm sorry sire, but you can't use your own skates here. you'll need to rent a pair of ours if you want to use our facility." simply put, the vendor has the final say on who they do business with -- not the other way around.