With what I read at http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=CONVERT+ITUNES what stops you from using those titles?
How is this not like a jail with no locked doors?
My iPod Mini's warranty just ran out. I have already had to replace it three times, so I know it will probably fail again soon. If this is the case, I will need a new MP3 player. I would consider the iPod Video, but I know I would end up having to buy the warranty, so I would end up paying $400. I have been looking at a Creative Labs player, but I have one problem keeping me from switching.
All of my music is encoded in the AAC format. For most of my music, I could just rip the CD again in the MP3 format if I swithced. But with the songs I bought from iTunes, I would need to convert them to MP3. I know there will be some quality loss if I change from a lossful compression format to another, but it would be a much better deal than an iPod Video. Can anyone recommend a good conversion programming, preferably a free one?