I think the trust issue opens you up for many more customers. Money is spent on DRM research which is then passed down to the consumers with higher costs for the items. Although it might only be little addition to each item it still makes a difference. That alone could make people not buy the product causing less profits. There is many more reasons why DRM is bad.
Copy protection on software is basically the same issue. Has anyone heard of SpinRite? No copy protection what so ever and it is an expensive program and yet there are still tons of costumers. In fact there are enough people who buy the program to be able to support an entire company filled with free applications.
What are your opinions on DRM and Copy protections?
I know it has probably been discussed before, but BOL brought it up so I can bring it up
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.