I agree with chsbiking’s thinking BUT there’s only one snafu with the buying products from the evil corporate empires, the fine print. I was very passionate before about my right to do anything I want with any product I buy, but I’m now seeing their agreements, eula, and licsenses and reading them. A good example is m$. You can buy their products and use them but you have no real “ownership” rights. It’s like leasing or renting a car without an option to own. You simply paid a few hundred bucks for it but that money you paid was only for the right to use it, not the right of ownership. The evil company still has complete say-so over what you can and cannot do with their product. Sure, they might not be able to easily track you down and beat you with a wet noodle, but if you’re caught with the goods in your hands (and doing something that the company says you can’t do with the product in question), they have legal “rights” to take you to court and sue you or sometimes worse. I’m with the rest of you people out there though. I still do what I damn well please with whatever I buy. I’m just pointing out to ya how they get their lawyer do-boys to right up a contract that has some weight in court. You simply opening the box or envelope means that you agree to their terms, so it’s a catch-22.