This might be an ignorant comment but I'm very curious for opinions. A lot of the speculation about this new device centres around MP3 music and I'm wondering what kind of future MP3 actually has as we know it. Let me tell you why I'm wondering. A little over a year ago I first hooked up my high speed internet. I immediately began downloading music like crazy from Napster on my Lime 333 iMac. The thing was that it only had a 6gb HD and to burn all these CD's I had to use my Zip drive to transport files to friends PC's to burn. I was a little pissed that Apple was so behind on this whole craze and by the time they actually introduced the CDRW models they were out of my price range and Napster was a shell of it's former self. I've made almost 100 CD's since then containing a wide range of tunes and only just this summer I bought a CDRW iMac finaly. The thing is that my music collection is pretty much done and even if I want more tunes I can't find a site that even compares to Napster. I also read all these articles about copy-protected CD's and really wonder if this product has much of a future. I just figure that everyone who wanted to rip and burn already has. Sorry for the long post but I'd love to hear comments and advice on where to get songs or programs or movies from. I currently use Limewrie or Aimster but the download speeds suck.