chsbiking… you say “personally I’ll never buy CD’s again. I use to all the time, but prices went up, and now I can’t even find the CD’s I like in the store. And the RIAA seems very greedy to me.” The post directly above you shows to CD’s under $12, that actually came with DVD’s free. Entirely in contrast to your whole opinion. Honestly, the RIAA is greedy… but they haven’t done anything yet. Anyone paying over $13 for a CD has only their own stupidity to blame. Hell if you could sell a rock to someone for $50 I’m sure you wouldn’t complain. If people are stupid enough to buy at outrageous prices that’s their own problem. It’s a ridiculous argument for stealing. And I love how you tell those who think you’re stealing to deal. Who do you think is driving up record prices by making the RIAA foolishly try to implement Copy Protections. It’s the idiots like you who use propaganda to argue not wanting to a pay a reasonable amount ($10.99 + Free DVD is more than reasonable) that raise the prices for those of us actually supporting music and the artists who make it. All you do is create more of a headache for me when I want to put my purchased music on a MP3 player. All you do is cost us more and more money, and through your own ignorance dig a deeper whole towards p2p software in general. You attitude of “deal” has already shown what a greedy sort you are, so I doubt you’ll pay any heed. But I hope one day they stick something to you… and stick it to you hard. Honestly, it used to be a untied front against greed on here… now it seems the very users are becoming overwhelmed with it. You sicken me.