The thing that really "gets me" is that the man is so militantly (and sanctimoniously) anti- exploitation, yet it seems like every year he comes out with another lavishly illustratred "coffee table book" and accompanying video. And am I the only one who found it not just hypocritical but also disgusting to see that lengthy montage of Lusitania victims IN CLOSE UP presented by someone who is so quick to trot out the "Titanic is a graveyard/ should be preserved as a memorial" line? In a more scholarly context the use of those pictures would still have been jarring, yet somehow acceptable, but including them for no evident reason in a mass market video REEKED of sleazy exploitation. The people at RMS Titanic might seem a bit crass from time to time, but they've never stooped THAT low. And I agree: that Marshall Drew incident was uncalled for, particularly since Mr. Drew, in addition to being a survivor, was a very interesting man and worth taking the time to meet.