While looking for SuperNode Internet Protocol addresses in India, it occurred to me that this slowly emerging giant's free and easy open attitude toward promoting trade without restrictions might have interesting implications for KaZaa Lite users. India's population is about 7 times as large as the US population. English is a common second language, especially among the most educated and affluent. India refuses to enforce US drug patent claims, so their giant pharmaceutical producers and downstream retail drug chains sell clean well-tested drugs for trivial prices compared to fees Americans and Canadians pay for chemically equivelant products. If you think these postures probably indicate that the RIAA has about as much enforcement power in India as the US FDA does, apparently you're correct. For instance this link to KaZaa Lite in India is published on a familiar publisher's Indian web site. http://www.zdnetindia.com/indya/downloads/ Not the latest version, but they say you'll love K-Lite 2.4.2 which appears promising. I'm just wondering how we can make some contacts with Indian KaZaa Lite users to support an internationally available FastTrack base that's immune from pressure originating in US law offices. I also wonder if their default opening SuperNode IP addresses lead to Indian sites. I understand that some of the most talented software writers in the world reside in India. Food for thought.