iTunes PlusI like the idea of iTunes Plus. DRM is lame and so ’90s. So the fact that Apple is now allowing me to get DRM-free tracks is great. But why in the world do they insist I upgrade my entire library in one fell swoop? I’m not going to shell out $200 for music I’ve already purchased. That’s just ridiculous. If for some reason I need DRM-free versions of any of those tracks, I’ll just burn them to CD and then re-import them. Their all-or-nothing policy just doesn’t make any sense. Like I need another incentive to simply find the songs I want for free …

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