Totally agree with you…on a side note…to the RIAA/MPAA who is reading this… Do you not also realize, that while you spend your money restricting everything, smarter people are spending time breaking the protection. Not to mention what the President of Grokster said in court, which of course we already knew was gonna happen: “The next-gen file sharing programs will travel even farther down the road of secrecy and anonymity.” So when these programs come out, and stop you from getting users IP Addresses, wtf are you gonna do then. If you were smart, you would already be coming out with legal download services that off HD content and all the pluses, of course NOT DRM encrypted, and that don’t cost a lot of money to get. Because let me tell you, when these services do come out, and people see how you are still selling your cripplewared products (not to mention what Blue-Ray and HD-DVD will become, of course, unless DVD-Jon is successful ) they will not think twice about getting the same content online. Not because it’s free, but because they want to get something that let’s them do what they want with it. This is one reason why (if given these only options) I would buy a CD (for $10 that is, not even gonna touch a $20 rip-off) instead of Ituning it. Why pay money for crippleware products, when you can just buy the cd and rip to your pc and then do what you want with it. Right there, you have a problem within your own business, not to mention the fact that everything is on the net for free on bittorrent.