I am just wondering if anyone is buying mp3's (paying to download) online these days? I know most people use Kazaa or other programs to get them "free", but I am curious about paying to download music. Where are people getting their music legally? While I think that the music industry has done many, many illegal and unfair things in the last 10 years, I still have trouble justifying downloading pirated songs. Sure, CD's have been and continue to be overpriced, and the class action suit has done nothing to change that. Sure the RIAA is a dirty organization that buys legislation. Sure artists put out alot of CRAP...and I blame both artists and labels for that. Labels force artists to produce albums, artists complain about being rushed to create songs of "lesser quality", but they signed the contract...so who is to blame? Anyway, I can't bring myself to pay $18 for a 12 song CD that at best will have 2-3 good songs. I've always said (to myself at least) that I would pay for MP3's given the following: 1) I am able to download pretty much any song I wanted (at say 192kbps or better) 2) Streaming audio samples of any songs on any available albums for me to preview (at LEAST 30 secs if not the whole song) 3) Song prices at $1 or less per song 4) Unlimited ability to duplicate the MP3 onto CD's for use in my PC, Portable MP3 player, CD player, Car, Home Audio system, etc. So are there places that meet these requirements?