Well after reading the story and reading the replies, I have to say one thing, If 4 years ago everyone would have been for this, and I know that for sure, now 4 years later your against this proposed plan? Did you people have your brains seep out or something? How many of you buy CDR’s and see it go up $2 and think nothing of it other then “Oh Inflation”, so what if the ISP’s agreed to tack on $5 for each subscriber, 95% of people will still pay it, even if it wasnt for P2P, why? Cause you wont go back to dialup, The best solution to this and everyone here is up in arms over it like the RIAA, you all are smoking some bad crack. I for one think that either have all ISP’s tack a $5 monthly charge on subscribers, or tack the $5 on to all CDR’s and DVDR’s, and be gone with this whole mess, I think the EFF has the right idea, and probably the BEST idea so far, even though Canada has been doing this for years which is called Article 17. If for $5 you can and are allowed to downloaded UNLIMITED music and share freely, then there is no room for arguments, None, If your going to hold a grudge for all the years that the RIAA has screwed everyone out of money, then your not thinking with a clear head, or your out for more then fair use. I for one think anyone one of us that doesnt think that this is a good idea if not the best solution, needs to have some smoke blown up the hershey highway, cause it wont get any better then this. I for one am against the RIAA and what they have dont to the public, and the consumer, and for them to think that the ones that they sued are going to now buy CD’s is a joke, and for the ones that know what the RIAA is doing to people, arent going to be buying CD’s either, unless they are morons, so dont go thinking that I am for the RIAA, completely the opposite, but for people to throw a gift horse in the mouth, then your on the wrong side of the fence.