Hey I was looking into actually using an authorized music online store, yahoo, itunes or napster. But it appears that only Napster offers a subscription service for downloading songs. iTunes is 99c. per song yahoo is 79 or 89c. per song which I wouldn't mind paying, if I could afford it but a subscription type service is far more appealing to me. Now Napster seems to offer that but I am a little confused by what their different offers say and state. * this little thing is what is cauing me the problems. They have three subscriptions. 1) Napster to go membership which seems to offer the most 2) Napster membership- offers all but one feature 3) Napster light 99c. store- same as iTunes 99c. per song. So if anyone uses Napster can you tell me the difference please? I am looking to download songs and keep them re-burn them, transfer them, and upload them to my MP3 players. Do they all allow this? Or only one of the packages? I don't want to pay 9.99 a month or any fee if I can not keep the songs, download them or reuse them. If they have some system in place where you can only listen to the songs, burn them or reuse them a limited number of times forget it.