Oh, heavens! I'm going to say the same thing here that I said to my former employer - That's a horribly draconian approach to content regulation. For the record, they now have 8 full-time staffers just policing content from just one game (released ~1 year ago - that's a lot of wasted cash IMHO). People are used to the Craigslist/YouTube model by now. Put in an in-game button to allow people to flag content as offensive. Put in some built in safeguards to prevent griefing (stat tracking for who's flagging what, block from view if flagged by user). Manually review only "offensive" levels. Why does everyone want to waste resources sanitizing their games? Give me the "once you go online, you're in the wild effing west" warning like the ESRB and let me get on with it. If you haven't already learned, if you're easily offended, it's best to just disconnect your modem now.