Just a rant, I spent hours last night setting up a quicktime slideshow video in IPhoto, for a certain lovely lady's birthday, matching it with a song I bought off of Itunes. The longest part was setting the correct slide transition time and matching the order of the photos with the words in the music. Finished it finally and send it off to her to surprise her when she woke up this morning and... she can watch it but she can't hear the music. "Your computer is not authorized to play the audio portion of this..." Nowhere in this process of making this video did any Apple product mention to me that I was the only one who could watch this slideshow (or at least only on an authorized computer). If they couldn't inform me, then Apple could at least have offered to play the music in a lower quality format! Given that we're half the world away from each other right now, authorizing her computer to play the song wasn't really an option. I just think that since I paid money for this song I should be able to use it in a video for my girlfriend... that was the WHOLE reason I bought the song. I eventually had to go through a very roundabout method to get the audio and the video together in such a way that she can play it and hear it, but my carefully crafted romantic moment was ruined by the RIAA. I'm gonna sue. p.s. Also a lesson in always doing a practice run of carefully crafted romantic moments... too bad I didn't have access to another computer to try.