FairPlay, FairPlay, PairPlay, the great almighty Apple DRM, one of the best DRMs ever, almost uncrackable... How come a 14 year old who was just bored made a non-DRMed copy of a iTunes track using just iMovie (yes, iMovie) and a conversion program called Switch? One thing, I dont indorse piracy, I am posting this because: 1) Studies have proven DRM does nothing to stop piracy anyway 2) If you buy music you should be able to do anything with it 3) This is for education purposes only, if you do this its your fault if anything happens as a consequence. I am basically posting this to show you DRM sucks, and to potentially alert Apple so they can fix this. Plus, you cant get someone else's DRMed music and take the DRM off of it, this only works if the music is registered to play on your computer (I think!) Basically, all you have to do is open iMovie '08, make a new project, make the movie as long as the song (just out a bunch of one minute titles on there), add the music to the project by just dragging it and letting go when you get the big green square covering all the titles you added, then export the movie as a playable video file. Now, get a MP3 conversion program called Switch (its free) then drag the newly made video file into there and convert it. It really is as easy as that! Come on Apple, your meant to be all secure and stuff!