Originally Posted by Rhyseh
Sure going to make it difficult to add that Blue-Ray your mother bought you for Christmas to your digital library without an optical drive...... Same for those CD's you legitimately purchased and haven't yet added them to your iTunes library....
Well it also doesn't help that the industry is still gung ho on DRM for videos. They've practically given up on music finally but movies...gah. I don't want to steal it, I want to buy it and then encode it for use on another device! What the heck is wrong with that? I'm still buying it! MP3s are ok but MP4s aren't? Sure wish Japan would wake up and stop letting the Sony and their other home grown companies bully them with DRM. If it broke there then it would easily start breaking elsewhere.