Uh, yeah. One of the things that I've never bought is the whole work equals wage slavery equals alienation equal oppression business. In whatever utopia follows the dismal world we're in, I hope there's work to be done. I want to work. More than that, I want cable TV, I want a computer to download my mpegs (subversive consumption!), I want decent clothes. I hope someone will want to make those things, or think of a way to make them without making others miserable.
The whole 5% business is a crock. Like someone is going to make a really plausible distinction between need and desire, and then they are going to make it for you, and enforce it. To the degree that I can imagine utopia, it isn't a world where I wear sackcloth and ashes because I don't really need jeans and a nice pair of shoes.
I don't know anything about anarchism, really, so I don't know how this discussion got to this point. Maybe someone could enlighten . . .