I am not proud to admit this, especially since I love Apple so much, but I never buy the family pack for Apple products despite installing them on multiple machines I own. In fact, when one of my friends bought a family pack for Panther, I thought to myself, "why would he waste money like that?" It's funny to think about, the new morals of the digital age. I am not a poor college student, and I have the money. I never give Apple software to other people since I want Apple to see the revenue. If asked for Apple software from a buddy, I lecture them and tell them to buy it themselves. (And with that said, I have no problem giving someone a copy of Office since I hate that company so much and find them grossly unethical and deserving of the type of ethics they exhibit in the marketplace.) But I know it is wrong, and I know it is illegal. Yet, I just feel that buying one copy is support enough despite the license agreement, and despite how much I enjoy supporting Apple. Hell, to make it worse, I am a shareholder. So what gives? It's not about the money. iLife family pack is 20 bucks more. Tiger's family pack is $70 more. Not going to break the bank. And it's not that I download Apple software off of P2P networks. I would never do that. That I consider stealing. But I have no problem buying Tiger or iLife and installing it on four Macs. And I know I should not. I know this too is stealing. Finally, to make matters worse, one of the things I love about the Mac is there is no OS or software authentication which is tied to the hardware. As a consumer, I should be rewarding the behavior I value. I should be voting with my wallet. Anyone else out there behave the same way? And, before anyone replies with a lecture, understand I know it is wrong and illegal, and always pay for the primary copy. Always. It's just that I treat all software as if it is a family pack, despite the license agreement. Am I alone in this Modern Morality? Am I over-thinking this, or is it time to grow up and act like a responsible Apple supporter and shareholder?