Looking forward to the film and really wondering how they're going to adapt the story. Spielberg's style can get hackneyed nowadays, but he's brought depth and emotion to adaptations before (like Jurassic Park the book felt very distant and clinical compared to he movie, IMHO. That's just how Michael Crichton wrote, but Spielberg saw what the film needed to be more full of "wonder" and its own thing.) Ready Player One, the book, was much more about the mysteries involved than the actual challenges... Many of which involved demonstrating mastery of classic arcade games, or having memorized 80's movie dialogue. I can't see them doing that for the film, at least not nearly to the extent as in the book. I do hope they keep the Tomb of Horrors, though... I would imagine they could have worked out a deal with Hasbro, it would be great advertising for D&D.