Is anyone considering buying iTunes Match for one year, and then discontinuing? Some people (ref) have suggested that pirates could get "amnesty" this way, on the cheap, but what I am thinking is more that, for $25, if I pay and then go through the process to replace all my old music with re-downloaded iTunes Plus, I get... - DRM-free versions of all the old iTunes songs I never upgraded (iTunes says I have 403 songs that are eligible for upgrade, for which it wants $109.80, but I have something like 900 protected song files when you count all the iTunes freebies, which are not eligible for Plus). - Re-rips of much of the old music I ripped at 128k before I changed my settings to rip CDs at 256 This is actually not a bad deal for $25.... Does this work (apparently? I gather no one has tried it yet.) That is, as long as I follow the process to re-download all songs that need re-downloading from the cloud, I end up with all of these songs in 256k DRM-free permanently?