Recently, I was hit with an epiphany about myself. It wasn't long ago when I was still scouring certain sites looking for "free" software and cackling at how sweet it was getting things for free. On top of that, even thinking why people would pay for things like this. But now, maybe it's because I'm maybe older, or wiser, or something, buying software isn't such the big deal anymore. In fact, it's even easier to buy the stuff rather than "download" it. Maybe that was the deciding factor - the easiness to purchase makes it easier to buy than to download. I also find out that I'm a lot more discerning with my purchases, so I don't spend money unnecessarily, but that had an unintended positive consequence - my hard drive isn't so cluttered anymore. I just have the apps I need, and nothing more I don't know, what do you think?