I said 8. I enjoyed the first one and I really want to play the game, but I can't justify playing it until next year seeing as to how I have a bunch of Steam summer sale games I also want to play. It just doesn't make fiscal sense to buy the game at full price now.
In Norway you can ask to be removed from the list of numbers telemarketers can call. You might still get people doing statistical research with questions, but they're usually pretty polite and it doesn't happen very often. Also like others here, I never pick up the phone unless I recognize the number. If not I just let it ring, look up who called, and call them back if its a genuine caller.
@Bell_End: Yeah, if you do graphics and video I totally get the appeal of the i7. I also based a lot of the build on Jeffs PC as well as recommendations from other sites (www.bit-tech.net has a great feature on the best pc components for a new rig on different budgets). It was actually a feature on Tested were they came to the conclusion that GPU far outweighs CPU as the bottleneck in games that made me decide that the i5 was enough for my needs. Most of the computer intensive stuff I do is gaming. I perform some CPU intensive math simulations, but those are virtually always single core as it's not worth the effort to design the program to exploit multiple CPU cores.