NOTE: Sarcasim ahead. "We here at the RIAA are having a problem with P2P piracy, and there's nothing we can do about it, except watch the files go down the wire. We feel that if we go after peer to peer priates we will drive them farther underground motivating some users to build encrypted P2P programs that go through proxies to hide IP address. Now this won't stop piracy mind you, but it will leave us totally cluesles as to who's trading, and what they're trading." Of course when MS releases it's "secure" operating system which by the way has changed names from palladium to next-generation secure computing base and lobbies to get laws passed that only those types of computers can be used, and only those computer can connect to the Internet maybe it will be a different story. Oh has anyone mention that MS is lobbying right now to get laws passed for that?