Now that we're starting to finally get consumer level tech like the Vive and Oculous, and with Hololens supposedly just around the corner, how do you guys feel about the idea of being able to sit down in a virtual 'room' and have the fight happening in front of you (or possibly on your table in the case of AR) with you also having to physically look left to right as the fighters move around while you remain static? Obviously, this means that things like zoom ins for supers and cinematic angles will have to go but what about other things. Does the sudden jump to life sized fighters with no visible 'screen edge' present too big a shift in perception? Should the HUD remain fixed or will it have to be attached to the fighters themselves? Would it be as awesome as it seems in my head to be able to watch high level play from what may as well be a box seat? I bring this up because it occurred to me that the limited 2D arena of fighting games is uniquely ideal for this sort of static player camera setup but nobody has really looked into it so far. So, any thoughts?