I wonder if Apple realizes that they gave the consumer a price shopper tool. Last night I was watch the Sopranos episode "In Camelot". It ended with the theme from the Jackie Gleason Show, "Melancholy Serenade". That song took me back to my childhood. Tonight I went to the iTunes store and was surprised that it sold for $1.29. I then went to the Amazon store and bought it for $.99. I downloaded it and added it to iTunes. It was a 161 kbps mpeg. I matched it. Deleted it. And now have it as an iTunes 256 kbps. I was willing to try this as I have had a 100% match rate with my perviously purchased non-DRM mpegs that I bought in the past. So what will Apple do?