I’m sorry, but the MPAA is friggin nuts. When the next generation internet becomes available, then yes, they may have a problem – if they don’t make the right move right now. The right move is to allow people to download movies on a subscription basis or at a very low rate, without DRM or other issues. With music, most people listen to it over and over. With most movies you watch it once and then forget about it. If I really like the movie, I buy the DVD, otherwise I just rent it at BlockBuster. Right now, I pay $24.99/mo for unlimited DVD rentals (2 titles at a time) at BlockBuster. I typically pickup new titles 2-3 times a week. This works out to about, say, 20-22 movies a month. In essence, I legally get to watch them for about $1/ea. My parents usually watch them as well. To enable this, the movie company had to produce a disc and then sell it to Blockbuster who I am sure pays some VERY small percentage of each rental back to the movie company. Considering that I am on average paying only slightly more than $1 per title, they CAN’T be paying much back to the movie producers. If the movie companies would get over their fear of digital downloads and let me pay, say $0.50/title to download whatever I wanted, THEY WOULD PROBABLY COME OUT AHEAD IN THE LONG RUN!!! Of course, BlockBuster would go bankrupt, but who cares? Their days are numbered anyway.