Because DL, It seems that some "older" fans believe they are more self-important than other "older fans." I cannot see the logic in attacking NJO for "phasing out" older fans, yet then attack it for catering to the "older fans." Dewlanna can sit here and attack fans of the first 14 years as being insignificant, yet get all bent out of shape if the last decade's fans haven't been catered to hand and foot. Those readers who read JJK when they were the target audience for such books would be the perfect age to enjoy books like NJO - namely, they're generally adults now and/or capable of reading adult books. It's quite funny to see that it doesn't work the other way. It seems that there's some adults who aren't capable of reading the JJK children's stories. Perhaps we need to redouble society's literacy-awareness efforts.