'course, by "several" I mean a nice start, but one would really hope for much more of the creative people involved to realize just how much damage their so-called representation is doing to their chosen professions, and demand they put a stop to it. Sadly, I don't think that'll happen all too soon; many of them seem to have been pretty much brainwashed by the industry to thing that "strong" (ie. oppressive) copyright is what's keeping them paid.
No, people, it's not. It's the public's demand for your work, and their willingness to support it. Don't destroy your audience base by pretending that all that matters is that you get paid for each glance at or earful of the results of your work, no matter how hard you have to stomp on your fans. You just might get your wish, and end up with nothing.