I love music, movies, and books. I also love technology. I want to use technology to deliver the media I love anywhere, anywhen, with anyone.
This is fair use: I bought it, let me use it. I will tell all my friends about my favorite music. I might play it for them or even give them a digital version of a song. This is evangelism, not theft. This is advertising you cannot buy.
Restrictive copyright is like a vegetarian knife. You bought the knife, but if you cut meat with it, we'll sue you. Excuse me? Let's think again.
My call: I don't buy CDs anymore, and I hate iTunes, especially after losing all my "legit" White Stripes albums when my Mac crashed. I'd rather pay for these things, but I won't until they come up with an agreement that makes sense, and quit going behind our backs to monitor our personal info. Get out of my hair. I'm just glad I have Sirius, because now I don't have a reason to download any of it, ever.