There's always going to be something that people are missing out on. Unfortunately, these hi-res formats were released amidst the mp3 revolution. I personally don't bootleg music or movies, but it has just become so easy for anyone to do it. It's like saying to someone "here's a free Hyundai. if you want a BMW, it's gonna cost you $30000." Now a lot of people who are working and making good money know that the BMW is going to hold up longer, look better, and have more features. But the 15-24 year olds who are big spenders when it comes to music and movies, will probably think twice and realize the benefits of saving the money, even if it means cutting some corners. Hope that analogy came out right, but it's just hard to explain to people who are older and have real jobs and a lot of expendable income that while they can easily spend $2000 on a new receiver, some kids are using that same amount of money to buy food, clothes, school supplies, etc. for an entire year. BTW: This isn't supposed to be some sort of sympathy case if that's what it came out to sound like. We're just in an age where while there are amazing technologies coming out that are capable of things we probably never would've imagined, there are people putting out much cheaper and lower quality versions that appeal to a lot of people from a financial standpoint.