My beef: I visit my public library's web site through OverDrive Media, which offers many mp3 audiobooks and other media available for checkout through an Internet log-in. I love using this, and as a local taxpayer, I'm eager to continue supporting it. The problem is that there are so many WMA titles that can only be downloaded through the OverDrive Media Console if you have Windows. Yes, I'm aware of being able to convert formats, but you can't even download the file unless you have a Windows OS. But get this--they freely boast that the files are iPod playable. This is where I WANT Apple to be a bit of a corporate bully and insist that OverDrive Media make its materials available to all iPod users, regardless of the platform. The alternative is to accept that we Mac users have subsidized the development of a device that we can't actually use for as many files even though parasitic PC users can. Apple is on the verge of achieving dominant market share in the US, and it has the right to make a few demands on behalf of its loyal customers.