I am a big fan of the music of the Grateful Dead and already own an embarrassingly large amount of their music, both official releases and live shows in the form of audience bootlegs and soundboard recordings. Last week it was announced that ALL of the shows from the Europe '72 tour will be released in a special limited edition box set containing 60 discs at a price of $450.00. (http://www.dead.net/features/release-info/holy-s-it-s-complete-europe-72-box-over-60-discs). For fans of the band this is HUGE, the box set has sold out but they will be releasing individual shows later on that you can get on disc. Here is my problem. I've got my order in, and have already been inundated by people that are asking me to copy ALL 60 DISCS over to their hard drive, with the expectation that I would do this for free.... I'm really trying to wrap my head around this. Ive traded music in the past, but this is a little different. Not only is this a ton of money, but Im also thinking these people really have a set of balls to ask me to supply them with this music essentially for free. Thoughts?