Let's face it, file sharing is one of the easiest and most viable solution to getting digital content for free. However, certain countries in Europe and the ilks are cracking down on it as piracy. Surely the amount of money and time it takes to do this could be spent elsewhere, and let's face it, piracy occurs because the legal route is expensive after long term use to most people. (Even with rentals.) I have stopped pirating music due to Spotify (and many others have too with this and similar software) because Spotify offers a cheaper solution when compared to spending $1 or more a pop on a song. (So spend $1000 on music or $10/month) My thing is that movies should offer the same type of service. Netflix tried this and imo, failed horribly (but at least they offer tv shows I guess?)... You cant have your pie and sell it too. Any takers?