Ok, so a while back I found the new fat free spray butter at the local store. Wow, it tastes fine to me (took a little getting used to) and it has zero calories. So, for some time now every time I get veggies, or butter my toast, I use this spray. Since its calorie free, I load my food up, why not right? Its calorie free. I only use real butter if I'm cooking (then normally I use olive oil) or if I have bread rolls or something (very seldom). So, you can imagine, I've had my fair share of spray butter. Now, today I was talking to someone and made a joke about how I use a lot. This person is in weight watchers. They said that weight watchers took the stuff, and looked into it. They found that its just margarine plus water. So, by spraying it and watering it down the calories per serving are so small that you don't have to mention it (there is a lower limit of something that if its under you don't have to mention it in the lable). So, I got curious. I looked at whats in it and its water, soybean oil, and buttermilk as the top 3. Last I heard, 2 of those contained calories. Now, my diet is far from perfect (I'm sipping on Baileys now, which has a kajillion calories per ounce), and the person who I talked to said that its so low calorie, don't worry about it. That isn't the point. Its all about the principle. What do you guys think? You guys hear anything about the stuff?