I do... but I still prefer open-source software, as it usually seems less bloated, and less concerned about filling the GUI with pretty colors. I find this to be particularly true with reputable software. Nero is a good example of bloat, since I once had to spend two entire hours installing it, ten minuets to realize how crappy it is, and two more hours to remove. Realistically, it probably wouldn't have taken that long on a more modern computer (as that machine was maybe six years old), but that's still quite ridiculous.
Open source/free ware software is usually the polar opposite, offering what is needed in a smaller package, with much less bloat in RAM, CPU and disk usage, or at least that's usually been my experience. Of course I realize this really all depends on the software in question. Cyberlink software might be less bloated... or it might not.
Either way, I think its wrong that companies Nero actually give people this kind of crap and make money off it at the same time. Such total B$.