Quick note on such matters... Verizon Wireless offers VCAST Music, which is DRM'd WMAs. If you read the pamphlet which is supposed to come with the service, you see that you can make 5 audio CDs, transfer the songs to a phone or DAP up to 3 times, play the songs an unlimited number of times, but the DRM won't allow copying the song off whatever you've put it on to another location. It's all in the pamphlet (column 2, paragraph 2, last page) but it's easily missed. What's stated more boldly but people still miss: you can download the music directly to your phone or you can download it to the computer and do what you will with it as noted above: To computer: 99 cents. To phone: $1.99 -- because a copy is made available for download to the computer, which presumes you have one, and as noted you can't transfer what's on the phone anywhere else. You can tell how they make their money. :X You will also note that while this seems to draw payments for two copies if you download it to the phone, it only draws one payment if you have it playing on the computer and the phone and your DAP and on five CDs... which goes against what was described in a different article here, about wanting payment for every copy. Odd.