Well, here we go again, the BPI have just launched a campaign to clamp down on music downloaders, starting with a new mesenger service to automaticly warn users of Kazza etc. that they are commiting an offence Don't get me wrong, I'm a big believer in paying for legit copies of cds (so hopefully! everyone get's their cut) but surely the BPI themselves are largely to blame for pushing people into downloading by imposing £2.00 fee's on REASONABLE priced cds from the likes of CDWow. I mean people that buy from online retailers like CDWow and Play.com are the online users who are most likely to switch to downloading, not too clever to push them in that direction in the first place really So, unlike places like Germany where nearly all cds are £9.00 on the shelves of record shops, BPI are damn determined that we must pay more! why? who knows I for one am getting pretty fed up with being ripped off, lucky for me theres plenty great cds I missed the first time around, these days I mainly get my music fix buying second hand from Ebay and others. I used to buy a new cd every week, that's now altered to one a month if that. Hey! Maybe we should start up that boycott again, and this time keep the bugger running!