And so they take the file trading off the networks and trade by swapping CD-Rs, loan their own CDs around so others can copy them...wotcha gonna do now RIAA, mount a spy on all their PCs? Face it RIAA, you lost the Piracy war as soon as CD-R devices arrived. Hell, I even know of police officers who hire CDs from the library and copy them for personal use. They don't sell them on, they probably don't even make (or let make) friends and family copies. If you can't convince law enforement officers that it's wrong, how ya gonna convince joe public it's wrong? Personally I have no problem with the busting of organised piracy rings where money is changing hands, but I'm sorry freebe copies to friends and family...that's just tough. If you can't secure your product, then either put up with copying or stop producing the product in the first place. As many of us have said before, 99.99% of music output is purile garbage anyway.