I was pretty upset with Activision when it released the Stimulus Map Pack at the beginning of May. It had three new multiplayer levels, one old map and no new in-game content (achievements, perks, guns and everything else was unaltered) to speak of and retailed for $15 (1200 Microsoft Points). For some reason, everyone and their mother bought the damn thing. It seems as though Activision listened to a few of the gripes about the steep price point, as they've now included a whopping two old maps, instead of the original one, to go along with the three new creations. Does that improve this download's chances of winding up on your hard drive? Read on for the answers.