Sorry for such a late response to this topic, but I thought this merited noting. On the sample card for Get On With It! It states "At any time before your final Play, you may discard your entire hand and draw again the number of cards set by the current Draw rule." Just want to know if this is the intent or not. The player is to discard their entire hand and draw the amount, and only the amount, specified by the draw rule, not modified by other cards such as inflation, the Computer, etc... I can see this getting argued by some people as they will see the word rule and associate it with the card (because it is a rule). Unfortunately, it's early and I can't think of a clear, concise wording that can not be rationally argued. I believe most people on this board would simply use the draw rule plus modifiers as they "adjust" the rule and so become part of it. (Subsection B, paragraph 2 clearly states...) But, there are always those who will attempt to re-interpret the rules in a manner which they believe best suits them.