Honestly, I think it depends on what your expectations are - that's what I thought the point of the article was. Like, there's a difference between something that's nonprofit or open source and something that's a startup business. I also think that there's a question, even among the businesses, of how much profit they expect. I mean, publishing used to be a nice little stable 4 percent a year business, but you know, the houses got bought by bigger companies and they started demanding higher percentages and giving bigger advances and--well, you know the story as well as anyone! :) Anyway, the whole POINT of the OTW is that we aren't looking to profit, and I think there may be models for sustainable video--especially if its specifically limited to fanvids, meaning that you don't accept every kind of video out there on the internet--that wouldn't be, you know, any kind of "business" plan for someone looking to make a profit, but which might work for us. Especially as bandwidth gets cheaper and the technological solutions advance.