Hey guys, bills and laws are merely there to be broken…the trick is not to get caught! Keep it low key, to yourself, or yourself and one/two mates… Let’s face it we all know where to go to download albums from websites for nothing, mostly the music is run of the mill stuff, but it’s free…none of these sites have been shut down…maybe they will in the future…but for now they’re up and running. And when all this goes away, i.e. it’s shut down…if they manage that…it probably won’t make alot of difference to either side anyway, because it’s only the fact that the music is free that we do it…so whether the RIAA (or whoever) kill it off or not, very, very few more sheckles will change hands than they do now. Further to this, IF it’s all killed off, and the Recording Industries review what it’s cost them versus the gain in real terms of killing it off, we all know the figures won’t add up, and they’ll all be out of pocket big time. I (and Joe Public) won’t buy any more or less CDs or DVDs, or spend any more or less money on anything else really…my (and I’m sure your) money only goes on things you think it’s worth spending it on. For example, if you think Lord Of The Rings: Two Towers is the dogs do dahs you’ll go out and buy it. If you don’t you won’t…you might only try for a copy IF you think the film is average and you happen to be able to get a copy for little cost. QED, no major gain for the recording industry and no major loss to Joe Public… That’s what I think anyway, coz 99.99% who use this site…have no interest in true Piracy, as in going out there and selling this stuff (although I accept we MIGHT give it away). Perhaps the biggest problem is educating people NOT to buy pirate copies? i.e. Kill off people like $50 million man from a news story the other day on this site and you wipe out the majority of the problem.