So some of you here may know me as the webmaster of a certain web site with old software for a certain OS. I of course pride myself on keeping my site legal (I've already had numerous requests to "provide" copies of Adobe Photoshop and stuff like that for OS 7 on my site). Anyway... SoundJam MP (the one you used to have to pay for) is by far the best MP3 player for Mac OS 7. It is the software that Apple eventually purchased, and then made free under the name iTunes. Since iTunes is now free, and has been since like 2000, and SoundJam doesn't even exist anymore, what is the legality of posting a version circa 1999-ish? Same question I suppose applies to other software, such as older versions of Opera which had to be paid for, even though Opera is now free. I suppose I should ask about SpeedDoubler 8 as well, which doesn't exist in any version anymore, and I believe Microsoft only bought the rights to Virtual PC, not to the entire Connectix line, and Connectix itself now doesn't exist.