Basically I support the idea of a fair use policy and implementing counter measures against misusing that great application. From what I've read so far my understandig of the quota solution is that the application need to get each download approved by the RedFox server first. My concern about this procedure is what might happen if the RedFox server is not available or not reachable for some reasons. Will AnyStream work at all? On the one hand I would be totally satisfied with the number of download limits currently listed in the fair use policy. On the other hand I do not like the idea to depend on a 'control' server which might not be available when I need it. What about hardcoding that quota into the application itself without the need to access a 'control' server first? Why not just limiting the download speed to realtime and skip the quotas? All concerns about pirates, possible misuse and triggering alarms with the providers should then be null an void. At worst the user will present himself to his provider as a 24/7 tv show or film addict.