Ok, so i have just been watching CNN Europe (i am staying with my parents who live in Belgium). An associate editor of Rolling Stone magazine said: Yeah the Apple Music store has sold a few million tunes, but what does that mean to a multi-billion dollar industry (like the Music Industry). (NB not a direct quote, i was fairly inebriated when i heard it and i am similarly inebriated as i write it, but it was something along those lines) My question is, do you really think that the Apple music store will have a great impact on the Music industry? My personal view is that the world is swinging towards a more computer orientated point of view and so our way of acquiring music will follow. However, with the mass of music stores starting out now, will the any of the music Stores have the commercial power to not only help the Music industry through their copyrighting crisis, but also to keep themselves afloat? the Music industry may well be vast right now, but surely that is because of its CD sales. Can it continue to be a Billion dollar industry if sales become web only?