I completely agree with DsRaider. This is hardly an issue of entitlement, and more of a bandwagon issue. Some troll started that, and on went all the others, thinking that it was the right thing to do. Normally you just dismiss trolls like that, since it's obvious that they have no idea what they are talking about. Of course, I'm not saying that trolling attempts should be taken lightly - the trolls do need to be warned, and, if it persists, even banned (if possible on a particular website). But taking legal action against them is just ludicrous.
As for entitlements, yes, I believe in the Gamers' Bill of Rights. I don't like relying on the goodwill of a third party in order to access games that I have purchased. Especially those with shady service agreements, like Steam (or even the current Impulse). And I certainly don't like being mistreated for something I did not commit. That's why I will never buy any games on Steam, or Origin, or anything else like that, if it depends on a third-party DRM tool to run. I am perfectly fine with GOG.com and similar, though - there you don't feel dependent on anything, nor do you feel like your system is being taxed even while you're not playing the game.
Oh, and the idea of skipping the fighting is awesome. In games, I enjoy the story and atmosphere the most, and gameplay (and graphics) is just a bonus. So a way to skip fights would interest me a lot, indeed. It would be like an interactive film. And actually, I think they have something of the sort planned for Mass Effect 3 with the "Story mode". It's too bad that I'll have to wait for it to be released outside Origin before I can purchase it, though (and I'm fairly certain it will be released outside of it, eventually).