Well, today I received my brand new iPod and decided I needed more music. So what did I do? I went out and picked up 3 CDs of music I had previously obtained via limewire. Yep, I already had a bunch of these songs on mp3, but I wanted the whole album and wanted to convert them at higher bitrates so I bought the albums. My DVD:CD purchase ratio today was 7:3, not bad considering the previous numbers. I've probably bought 200-300 DVDs in that time and 0 CDs(w/1 DVD Audio, and 5 Concert DVDs) [DVD: Sopranos 2, Star Trek, Final Fantasy, Legally Blond, On the Waterfront, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Empire of the Sun CD: Lenny, Ben Folds-Rockin', Alien Ant Farm] You wonder why the number of CDs bought continues to decline?? I don't listen to the radio much, study a lot, and watch movies when I've got the time so I don't get much exposure to new stuff. Napster, Limewire, etc. give me a chance to try out what that interests me. Why they chose to go down the road they have is beyond me. Hopefully a new kaza client for OS X or my Win 2K machine will put be back in the swing of things. However, they've lost out on a great deal of money over the past year and a half.