Wow, now that's a charitable post. Thanks Stainless, that's very kind of you.
Actually, this thread is sparking a track of thought for me; I had already started to develop algorithms of my own that would do what Natural Motion's software does, and that sparks a new Q for me.
Basically, the reason I'm on these forums is because I decided to adapt my own comic book story into game form late last year. Not knowing how in the heck to get it published by large studios, with no background in games and no desire to have other artists wrestle my dear characters and story around, I thought I was stuck. However, over the course of a few days after realizing that games were my final frontier, I rapidly developed a programming algorithm based on (really) Einstein's equations and subatomic particle science that can intelligently generate worlds, buildings, vehicles, creatures, and, well...games themselves. I, by myself, could sit down and create a game in a week or two that would normally take a hundred people, millions of dollars, and several years to create. It would also present huge leap forward in AI technique.
At any rate, being a total neophyte in game programming, I'm having to pick it all up now, which is why I'm on this forum and others. I realize that sounds a tad extreme, and I'm certainly not looking for advice on how "that can't be done" or "what are you thinking", as it most certainly does work. The hang up is, I either need to sell my development to a company and get grafted on as a developer of it, or start my own company myself. I'm currently working on the latter, but regarding the former, I would be up for it; I just don't have a clue in hades as to getting a quality word with a good company. I'm also, obviously, very protective of it. I'm willing to talk with any good, decent company anywhere.