You know, the paranoid conspiracy theorist in me can't help but wonder if this was something Bioware had planned on. I mean no-one who knows their work can believe that they let that ending out the door totally unaware of how broken it was, yes? With that in mind perhaps they figured that no matter what they did, there'd be an outcry and a backlash so why not just wait and see what the major complaints are *before* fixing it. If so then it'd be the largest focus group session in video game history. On the other hand maybe there's some BtS politics going on between EA and Bioware and they used this situation to prove a point. There have been a lot of reports of publishers mistreating their developers in the last few years and I wonder if this was Bioware's way of gaining some "I told you so, now leave us the hell alone" type leverage for the future. Take any and all of that with as much salt as desired. Like I said; it's just my inner paranoid conspiracy theoristat work. From day one, my hopes for an ending DLC could be summed up in three words. Little. Blue. Children. I don't mind if that outcome is sodding difficult (it wouldn't feel rewarding if it was easy) and I'm totally OK if 75% of all outcomes has Shepard dying regardless of what happens to everyone else, but IMO that light at the end of the tunnel always needed to be there...and not be an oncoming train. But yes, the option to have some more in depth dialogue with the catalyst would be most welcome. At the very least if you've encouraged EDI and saved the Geth you should be able to call bullshit on his "the created will always turn on the creators" line. I also *really* want them to restore those Anderson death scene lines. I wonder exactly what "a save file before the endgame" actually means. If they mean before the Cronos Station mission (where they dump you after the credits) then my expectations are in danger of being exceeded. If they also decide to cut out that useless turret sequence between talking to Garrus and Liara in London then all may be forgiven...well, almost all.