I have just started a thread about using a mac mini to run Front Row and I have been shot down in flames. Now what I would like to do with this thread is sort the issue out once and for all. This is my perspective on the situation. I went onto the Apple website and LEGALLY downloaded Front Row 1.0.1, I then downloaded an enabler for Front Row which means I can run Front Row on any mac I want. Now to look at it in more detail: Apple provides FR 1.0.1 for free with no restrictions. It does not say it is illegal to download if you dont have an iMac or anyother restrictions, all it has listed is a requirements list but that does not make downloading the file illegal. The enabler is the application that obviously causes the problem. I understand that people have reservations about this program as it enables you to do something Apple doesnt want you to do. To the same extent there is a program that enable you to watch QuickTime films in full screen mode which in something Apple wants you to pay for in QuickTime Pro, is that download also illegal. You can argue that ANY program that enables a feature that a paid for program does is also illegal. Would getting Windows on an intel Mac be illegal? Now if you had to pay for FrontRow then yes it would be illegal but as you can download it for FREE from Apples own website I can not see how people justify this action being illegal. I dont want to cause any issues here, I just want to clear this up once and for all. What is everyones elses opinion?