Starz, also known as the cheaper and Soprano-less HBO will be launching Vongo, an online movie downloading service. Stuff like this has the tendency to be a little to softwarey for our liking, but this seems like it has potential. Vongo charges a monthy $9.95 fee for its all-you-can-download service. It does require special viewing software so that it will comply with Microsoft's do-you-in-the-ass DRM. Also, movies can be transferred to mobile devices running Portable Media Center v2 (suck, it iPod owners, suck it HARD). Netflix has some real competition? Probably not.