CNET user dfalc86 read my last blog regarding movie downloads on iTunes and was astute enough to point out that there already is at least one full-length film available for sale in the "music" store: Disney's High School Musical. The movie, which is about 100 minutes long, shows up under short films in a search, though that designation isn't exactly accurate. Interestingly, I could find it only by searching; it's not listed under the Disney short film section. Neither does High School Musical share the same price as the other videos on iTunes--it's listed at $9.99, a price that has several iTunes users reeling, and at least one calling for a boycott (check out the reviews section). Is this a sign of things to come? Considering the DVD-burning restriction (that is, you can't do it), is 10 bucks a fair price to pay for a digital movie? At least with iTunes, you can transfer the videos to a portable device (only an iPod, naturally), unlike with competitors Movielink and CinemaNow, both of which price their movies at up to $30. Then again, Movielink is working on a plan that will allow customers to burn the videos to DVD. Even so, I think $30 is a ridiculous price for a digital movie download.