I agree, Walt. As Christian parents and grandparents we have to be so careful as to what we allow our little ones to be exposed. Not everything, no matter how culturally popular, is edifying or in their best interest mentally and spiritually. It's possible to portray fantasy and stimulate imagination and a love of reading without resorting to the trappings of the occult. Other's are entitled to their opinions and beliefs, of course, just as we are entitled to ours, but no one is responsible for our children except for us. I don't agree with censorship but I do advocate that parents take responsibility for that which they allow their children to become involved in. I've read many articles, pro and con, regarding the Harry Potter phenomenon and I found it peculiar that the predominant kudos were, "it's got kids interested in reading again", "it's a smash box-office hit", "the books are flying off the shelves", etc., but not a word addressing the affect that the occult theme could have on young impressionable minds. Not everything that kids are interested in is good for them. Just because something is a smash hit in the theatre or the book store, that is not necessarily a vindication of a movie or a book. It just means that it is popular, nothing more, nothing less. You done good, Walt! O Yuh!