I just had a thought. I might not be an original thought, but I perused the forum first to see if it had been mentioned... Anyways, with these DRM-free EMI songs from iTunes, is the user's account name encoded onto the file? If so, if a song shows up on Limewire, torrent, etc., does Apple/EMI have the ability to crack down on that user who let the file out onto the Internet? I'd say that this is quite a deterrent for the casual user to "share" their files. I would guess that die hard hackers will find a way to rid any file of usernames and such, but the average user won't bother. So taking this a step forward, do you think we will see Apple put in a method to encode files ripped from CDs with the user's account information, be it their iTS account or computer's account/IP address? Maybe Apple could use this method to appease the MPAA to allow quality ripping of DVDs. Comments?