Geekpreacher, I'm not sure why you chose my comment to quote, but I must say that for me the saying "death before dishonor" isn't just an expression. Part of it has to do with where I come from and my paternal family's military lineage. I catch a lot of hell from people because I'd rather tell them the unvarnished way I see things than coddle their egos. I grew up like this; and, no, this doesn't mean I see myself as some sort of saint, but I've rarely had to compromise my principles and the people who've caused me to do so got the reprisals they so richly deserved for doing so. Just because Colin came clean doesn't absolve him of any disappointment I should feel for doing what he did. For me, it's not who he did it to as much as it is the fact of what he did. I obviously don't have the intimate connection to the situation that Luke does, but that doesn't change how I feel. People who know me quite well can attest that, if nothing else, I hold morality in high regard.