I've noticed this evening that iTMS is charging US$1.99 per music video purchase. Here in the UK, it's GBP £1.89, or US$3.31 (xe.com) Now that's just not right. And considering the fact that iTMS users here get shafted through music already, (US$1.39 per track, as opposed to your 99 cents), I'm starting to think Apple are making more of a profit than some people think. OK, they might not make a huge profit on their 99 cent tracks, but you only have to look at the dollar and a half extra on the UK price of iTMS Videos, and you're going to notice something's up. I talked to my father earlier, who deals with record labels and licensing laws (he's a lawyer, in the good way though - they're not all ruthless profit hungry gits!), among other things, and can't see any reason why Apple are charging more here than across the pond, other than...... profit. What are prices like in your locality? Do you agree at all with what I'm saying?