Fab4Fan: Thanks. I really appreciate your comment and especially the fact that you are sympathetic toward modern musicians who must struggle to survive. You can have songs that people absolutely love and that are incredibly popular and yet you cannot reap the huge financial rewards that the old-timers did. They were born in the right era when you could be rich for life off of one hit-single (a 45 rpm record). There are modern young artists whom I really like and whom I think are gifted. Yet, it is obvious that they can't live off of their musical income. They have to be creative and as ingenious as possible to figure out ways to generate revenue. One of the primary means is concerts. However, concert money must be divided among many participants who make those concerts happen. Acts must incorporate attention-getting devices at their concerts such as choreography, lighting displays, dancers, etc. Think about it. The Beatles didn't dance and they had no pyrotechnics. It was just them singing on stage. I know nothing can be done. There is no way to prevent music from being copied - that's fundamentally why it's all free listening now. I guess that if sellers of grocery products had no way to secure their wares, that people would simply come in and take everything they wanted for nothing - and with no guilt trips whatsoever. Why am I upset about this? I don't know but I've purchased everything by the Beatles including most of their solo recordings (even Ringo's). In fact, I purchased the Beatles catalog twice, first with old-school vinyl records and then when the CD transplants came out. So, I feel like I have a real stake in the Beatles because I own those recordings. If you're listening for free, you don't own anything. So how does that feel? Pretty good, I suppose. Thanks again, Fab!