To be honest I agree dansmug fully on the price thing. Maybe 180 million users use Nero, but of those 180 million, how many are dedicated Linux users who do not even use Windows? Sure I can fully understand that some of these people are already in posession of a Windows Nero version, however for the others .... they have to pay the full price for a Windows version they never will use, which provides them in turn with 10% of the features. I think this structure would cause many who would buy it (if there are that many I wouldn't know), use the serial, and re-sell the windows copy if they get the chance.
It makes little scense for me if you are trying to market it for Linux-only users too.
I would have thought a dual-licence things would have been more appropriate: Windows serial works fine if you happen to own one, however would you like to buy the Linux version only with it's limited (comparing to the windows version) features: 10 Euros or something. This Linux serial would of course be a Linux-only serial, and would not work on Windows.
Another point I think worth saying is that I hope NeroLINUX will be included on all these Nero OEM CD's being delivered with cd/dvd-writing hardware. I actually see no reason why not: Linux users buy hardware too, and OEM versions often deliver just the basic features ... just like NeroLINUX
I love NeroLINUX, it really works well, and I'm not criticising it's features ~ just comparing price to features.