You’re not alone. There’s lots of times I’ve been thinking about buying a movie, and then not do it because I didn’t like the movie after downloading. I don’t think good movies are really affected by this, cause they’re gonna sell well anyway. With all the extras and stuff it’s really much more tempting to buy it instead of having a dual-blank. Bad movies however, are probably going to suffer. Movies that people previously would rent and then decide not to buy, will now lose parts of its income because its easier and almost as fast to just get it off bittorrent. If the movie sucks you’re not gonna care about extras and stuff, you just delete it and forget about it, and the companies don’t get a penny. I can’t say I feel sorry for them, they kinda deserve it for making crappy movies (coughcatwoman, hulk*cough) but they’ll lose money nonetheless. The movie industry have been quite good to adapt with extras, DTS/DD and fancy box-sets that look nice on the shelf, much moreso than the audio-industry which just whine. However, they are still lagging behind when it comes to the internet. I really wonder when they are going to get their act together and rent movies over the net. With high-speed internet connection all around and DRM to go with it, it shouldn’t be any problem for them to have a service like itunes which lets you dl the movie you want and watch it for say 24 hours before it expires. With the right price this could be very tempting for people sitting there with high-speed connections who don’t want to hunt around on the net for low-quality copies. It’s real easy, and these people don’t get it. They still think they can control people and technology, and when they don’t get their way, they sue. Lets hope they start doing thing soon, until then I’m sticking with my torrent.