So there I am, renting Skyfall on my wife's iPad so she can watch it on the plane while traveling. I decide I want to watch it later on as well, so I go to download it on my iPad. It isn't showing up as an automatic download, so I go and "rent" it again, assuming that iTunes will just figure it out and charge me once. Neither of us end up watching on the iPads, so we decide to watch it in the media room on the Apple TV. It's not showing up at all. I go and look it up online and see that if you rent something on an iPad it can't be viewed on any other devices. WHAT THE HELL? How is this even legal? I can't ****ing believe that Apple thinks they have the right to pull this crap. I paid $6 to watch a goddamn digital copy of a video that I won't own and will never be able to watch again (after 24 hours). I should be able to do that on any device I choose. Their loss. This is the first -- and last -- time I will ever pay money to view the digital copy of a film. The big companies wonder why people take to piracy... ****ing idiots.