As far as I can tell, Apple doesn't provide any easy way to save the music video files which you can view on iTMS. I know there's probably a really good reason for this and it probably has something to do with the fact the entire song is played during the video and you're not buying it. I look at it like an MTV on demand so to speak (albeit much more limited in the selection). My big complaint though is there also isn't any way to purchase the rights to save the video even if you already own the song. Some of those videos are really cool but it gets tiring waiting 5 min to see them whenever I get in the mood. Why aren't videos for sale? Maybe they will be in the future. My question is if anyone has any suggestions on how to circumvent this save barrier. I thought snapz pro might be a possibility but I don't own that yet. The other purpose of this post is to possibly spark discussion on the ethics of doing so. Does anyone know the legality of it? I imagine it's technically illegal to tape record MTV. But I wouldn't really think of this as stealing since the things being downloaded aren't for sale anyway. (I have no problem with buying the audio track). It seems like a waste considering how much money and effort goes into a lot of music videos. Aren't they supposed to be enjoyed for their art value (tongue in cheek), as well as sell records? MTV and other such stations probably have an interest in having exclusive rights to play the videos, but I really don't think this would detract from my viewing of their channel since I don't watch MTV to see a specific video anyway. Plus, when was the last time MTV was about the music?