I belong to an institution that uses NetLibrary, which carries audio books, all of which are encoded with WMA DRM. Of course, WMA with DRM doesn't really work on the Mac, and I could really use the audio book. I've tried ffmpeg, EasyWMA, VLC, DivXWMAConvert, Hyperion and a few others to convert the audio in question to a listenable format, but for obvious reasons Microsoft doesn't like other people being able to use their format. What is a Mac user to do? (I'd appreciate it if any of the philosophical/legal arguments and/or flame wars could be set aside here, I'm interested only in the pragmatic aspects of playing files I should be able to play.) Thanks.