For those of you that don't know about ruckus.com, it is a paid service, $30 per semester that is availible at certain colleges kinda like how facebook is, except the cool thing about ruckus is you can download as many songs as you want once you pay (or during the trial period which they have a until the end of the semseter for free trial period right now) Anyways, there selection of music is really good and downloads are pretty fast. Downside is all of the files are a weird WMA file that will delete itself after your "licience" expires. Well thats useless because ipods don't except WMA's and having to download the song over and over again is annoying to. So until now, I have said fuck that and never used ruckus. Well my freind found a program that will convert the songs to mp3 format and then they are just like any other file. The program is called tunebite (search google for it) and the serial code is 719509936. Anyways how the program works is it plays the song in windows media player at 4x and records that from the soundcard and saves that signal to mp3 format. No quailty is lost. Once you convert them into mp3, you can simply delete the old files. This program is great. Because of this, I have added 700 songs to my library in the past 2 days. So although I HATE paying for music, I will defently shell out $30 for how much music I am downloading.