I was apprehensive. Many things made it so for me. You see, I had promised a mentor that I could actually help out in his dilemma. He had paid someone loads of money, in British pounds, to develop a software. The guy had delivered, but had, in summary, refused to hand over the software. It took lots of emails, and even a visit with a lawyer to get the code from the person. And even then, we [Daydah] could not replicate the server environment he used to set up the software – he refused to give out the vital details.