Well, I've told myself I would do it, but I've never been faced with the problem.\r\n\r\nBut the other day I was cruising through Sam Goody while the wife was shopping, and I saw a Pet Shop Boys CD. It was an import single, just had a few songs on it, but alas it was a CD by them I didn't own. So as I'm looking on the back to what songs are on it, I see in bold print on the bottom by the copyright stuff something to the effect of "This CD uses a copyright protection system". And I thought you know what, I really want this CD, but I'm not gonna let someone tell me where and how to use my stuff. So I put it back, and moved on.\r\n\r\nI realize this won't affect anything, and I'm the only that will pretty much suffer from my decision, but it fell good to take a stand. :cool: \r\n\r\nI'm cool with SCMS, its plenty fair in my eyes, its never done me wrong. I like to make copies of my CD's and then use the copies for most listening, and only bring out the originals when I sit down and listen....kinda like a book of CD's in the car, and the real ones at home...\r\n\r\nSo I don't want the Industry telling me when or how I can do that, nor do I not want something that will only work in "approved" electronics.