I haven't posted a topic in awhile been a little busy, but I'm back to bitch and moan agian. The best news I heard lately was the ruling in the Verizon case, that's been the best news since the whole Napster mess. Is it really safe to head back to the p2p networks, yes and no. We all know the problems that exist right now, leaches, viruses, hackers (technically called crackers). Then they added the stress of getting sued on top of that. The real question is that burden really lifted, yes leagally, but no in the long run. Who knows what the RIAA (Those bastards) have up their seleave. I know they will find a new route to go and attack the mp3 industry. I have no problem with the RIAA, but when you start messing with my privacy, their no better than Hitler. Maybe we should call them the SS Heil HITLER, thats ok I'm over all that since they lost in a court of law. I know they say that we are hurting all the people that work for the record companies. I think the reverse they are hurting them, if would compramise with the public their sales might go up. Their the ones taking food off the table, looking what the CEO's are making. sure they have more responsibility, but they could take a little cut. To anwser my question (I know your thinking finally) I say be free download, change the new statistic that file sharing is down.