http://space.com/adastra/050920_genx.html<br /><br />Not me. After the failures of ambitious programs like NASP and VentureStar, it's as if we're saying, forget it, those ambitious programs are just too hard. Let's go back to the 1960's and spend billions on a porkbarrel program using obsolete technology so that 4 people can walk around on the moon for a few days.<br /><br />Apollo may have inspired many people to pursue engineering, but this joke of a program is inspiring me to get out of engineering! I'd rather pursue an MBA and then hopefully get a job that pays better than engineering, which doesn't even pay enough for me to afford an average home these days! (Side note: I'd sure like to know who's buying all these new million dollar homes, and what their careers are! Hell, even a modest 3 bedroom box costs $300,000 or more in many areas today!) <br /><br />I am more excited by the real visionaries, like Burt Rutan, than I am by this unimaginative, unambitious drawn out excuse for a "vision". I'm more excited by the prospect of hundreds or thousands of people being able to see space on suborbital flights (including myself, perhaps, someday) than I am by the prospect of 4 NASA astronauts making a brief visit to the moon.