Many of us doubted him back when he said he truly wanted to get rid of DRM. I was especially harsh when I told people his essay was just a load of crap designed to make the Apple customers feel like they are not doing harm to this world by supporting DRM. Another criticism was that he didn’t let independent labels put DRM-free MP3s on the iTunes Music Store. But now he has put his money where his mouth is. Thank you Steve, and congratulations to everyone who has been fighting for this.