I thought I'd try out the new iTunes TV thingie, so I bought the pilot episode of "Night Stalker" (they don't have much yet), for $1.99. First, I think that's too high of a price if I wanted to collect them, but I guess it's OK if I just want to watch something I forgot to TiVo (and can't find a torrent for it ). The quality is decent, about VHS, I'd say. But the really negative part is that on my PC, a 1 GHz Celeron with 320 MB memory, the video was so choppy in iTunes that it became unbearable. If I did nothing else, no mouse movement, nothing, it was still choppy. And forget about doing something else, like moving the window, then it just froze for several seconds. Watching in QuickTime helped a little, but that starts iTunes, so I have to close that (which took forever) and since I have the free QT I can't watch fullscreen. I should add that I can use PowerDVD, Media Player Classic and WMP10 to watch DVDs and Xvid and DivX on my PC without any problems at all. I have always disliked iTunes for being such a resource hog and for having a lot of minor interface bugs, but I have always put up with it, because I like iTMS and have an iPod. But I won't be buying anymore TV shows until I buy a new computer (and since my PC can do everything else I want, that might be a while). I'm probably in the minority with such a slow PC, but I would be interested to hear what others experienced.