OK OK Boys (…and girls) don’t fight over simaple things. There are two ways to look at this situation here. One, if you have plenty of time, no money to spend the the buring on CD is right solution. As far as I know, whether you use WM Player or iTume, you can only create a audio CD (not mp3 or other like wise) from DRM protected tracks and an audio cd can hold about 15 - 20 tracks. So if you have 70 - 80 tracks you need 4-5 CDS to burn them and converting them back to MP3 format. If you plenty of time to sit around on your computer then by all means go ahaed. Two, if you have lots songs you can buy this software (there are plenty available on the net …) and convert them to a legecy format like MP3. However this software has it’s own share of drawbacks and security flaws. This software relies on your DRM License and iTune Active Account details to play the music in the first place, so when you load these songs in this kind of software, this software can transmit those details to acutal software writer (this can happen …) and this person can login to your iTume or Napster account without you even knowing it. I must advise you, if you are using this kind of software, please disable you internet connection. Lastly, there very simple way of converting you music to unprotected format. Just play the music as is and record them using a AUDIO Editor (if you have NERO or Easy CD you should have very basic sound editor) as it was playing and save them as WAV Files or other fromat the software allowes you to. It’s obvious that if you record in WAV files they will very large files so you need plenty of space and very time consuming. I have over this by playing 10 songs playlist and recording them to a single file and then trimimg each song and saving them to individual file. Time consuming and Hard Drive hungry process indeed but very secure and reliable process.