I see no point to the constant machinations of the RIAA except a bottomless well of greed. In all of these countless lawsuits against internet peer-to-peer services, all they point to is the poor artist not getting enough money. BULL! The artist gets 15% of a cds profit, IF they're a big artist. TLC were making $30,000 a year, at the height of their career! The Dixie Chicks have yet to clear a million. Where is all this wealth going? The RIAA and record executives (A.K.A. Greedy Bastards!). I think it's about time to shut down the RIAA and bring in some artist-friendly organization who spends more time promoting artists and less time worrying about a perfectly legal practice of file sharing (see the fair use act). There, I'm done. I'm just EXTREMELY sick of seeing the artists and us get screwed while the lawyers and execs get richer and richer. It's about time the congress and courts did something to help everyone and not just the fat cats.