Just a reminder that copyright owners can edit/remove content from the iTunes store at any time and this can also remove your ability to download past purchases (and Apple doesn't care if they do). -- "...once you download an item of iTunes Eligible Content, it is your responsibility not to lose, destroy, or damage it, and you may want to back it up." --- Full Version: After talking with iTunes Support over a missing movie that I wanted to watch one night on my Apple TV they responded with: "I checked the movie and it seems that the movie has been edited/modified by the copywriter owner having that. I would like to advise Jason, that Dear Jason, [sic] when this occurs the item will no longer be available for re-download." ^ Is freekin wonderful, right? Now I have to backup all the season passes for TV shows I purchased (most of my movies are on Blu-ray and Music is backed up with my normal computer backups). Anyway how exactly does this (theoretically) work for people with only a iDevice or Apple TV? .