OK, I know this has been talked about before, but the DRM on the videos from iTMS is stupid. I'm not opposed to the DRM on the music because it gives you options to convert the music to a standard format: CDs. The movies and TV shows, on the other hand don't give you any good options to move your purchased content to another format. You HAVE to watch on your computer or buy a new playback device (iPod or soon an iTV). It's not like the burned DVD would be any different than a burned CD, you would lose quality going from whatever MPEG4 format they use to MPEG2 DVD standard, so you'd never get a "perfect" digital copy. I'm sure it's not Apples fault (although they may not mind the restriction since it sells iPods and soon iTVs), but it's kept me from spending a dime on video content from iTMS. I would have bough the first season of Battlestar Galactica tonight, but it's impulse buy factor was eliminated because I couldn't take the product into my home theatre.