Think before engaging mouth

I’m guessing Dave Fester hadn’t used iTunes yet when he said…

“Additionally, users of ITunes are limited to music from Apple’s Music Store … this is a drawback for Windows users, who expect choice in music services, choice in devices, and choice in music from a wide variety of music services to burn to a CD or put on a portable device. Lastly, if you use Apple’s music store along with ITunes, you don’t have the ability of using the over 40 different Windows Media-compatible portable music devices. When I’m paying for music, I want to know that I have choices today and in the future.”

…either that or the idea of actually clicking on the “preferences” tab and changing from AAC to MP3 format was just TOO scary. Once you have the music in MP3 format you can do anything you want with it.