I don't know whether I'm just being bitter "hard up" person here, but something about all these fund raising singles (the upcoming Haiti song being a prime example) has always stuck in my throat. It seems to me that the money raising is still left to those people who don't actually have much of it...me and you, whereas the celebs and pop icons that do them (usually loaded with more money than they know what to do with) give up a few hours of their time for free, get a shed load of fantastic kudos and free publicity doing a really humanitarian thing, and it costs them "virtually" nothing to do. Wouldn't it be much bigger a guesture and a far better way of fund raising if any Celeb or pop star wanting to take part, rather than just being available, should have to buy in. Lets face it, they're loaded, all of them, so why not get them to buy in to it, swelling the coffers, potentially by far more than they get from sales to the public? For example they could make it a minimum £10k buy in, with much publicity for those giving more than that to be a part of it. Thoughts anyone?