Yup, I read that portion, however their main argument is the copying and distribution of the music, not for a private use. That one line was one of the very few mentioning a line on digital format for private use. Again, if I hear it on the radio or see it on TV, youtube so forth, promoting their music I don't see it morally wrong at all d/ling it free of charge.
I do agree with a previous comment that I do miss some of the other tracks I would not hear otherwise that may take the radio 2-3 years to play since they weren't as popular. Many CD's back in the day I enjoyed tracks the radio never covered so I understand this point, and that is part of the con of it. I don't lurk around to d/l an entire cd, only music I've heard that I enjoy.
Last edited by Vlaze; 12-04-2008 at 08:00 PM.