nah, its just the old method is now obsolete, they need to stop manufacturing discs and overpriced packaging and offer cd/movies games for $10.00 for a complete album, $1 per song make all songs/games/tv show episodes available separately and together for FAR less than what are trying to charge now, fire all the people in the industry who dont know how to embrace and make the new technology work for them rather than making it work against them. Sure lots of jobs will be lost, but that what technology does, ever see those old 40's and 50's movies where people were afraid the "electronic brain" would take away theie jobs? Remember before computers existed there were large Rooms full of accountants and other people doing the work that is mostly done on computers now a days. the biggest problem is not the lack of policing, its the fact that the old was of distribution is dying, no matter what laws they make, no matter how many ripping programs they ban. Nobody wants to admit such a sweeping change has to happen, cause it will hurt alot of people, maybe even me. Remeber them crowing in the old days how BOOTLEGS (which are not to be confused with COUNTERfEITS that actually do rob people of revenue) were supposedly the thing that was killing music? no one buys a $25 live cd IN FAVOR OF a legitimate release thats cheaper by an artist. Bootlegs were always for the obsessed fan who already owned either all the offical product there was or all they wanted. Guess I have tendancy to ramble, sorry about that. I'm just tired of all the misinformation certain industry magazines like to print while ignoring what the problem really is. They like to think its everyone elses fault. If you cant sell a cd that the total cost to make is about $3 (that includes all raoyalties too, not just manufacturing costs) somebody somewhere has a big coke problem and needs to go into rehab...lol anyway I await comments P.S in 1981 before there was an internt, the music industry was in dire straits, they were blaming home taping then, guess what they did to fix it then? Invented the cd and told everyone to throw away their records cause cds last forever, we know they dont, but they do sound better through more repeated playes than an lp would SO you dont have to re-buy another copy so often....guess that "they last forever" thing kinda bit the industry in the ass in a way they never though of at the time.....hmmmmm maybe thats why everything keeps getting "re-mastered" even when it didnt need it........and those two disc special editions they always come out with AFTER realeasing the movie sometimes only a few months ago.......think about it!!!!