I just noticed I've spent $55 at AllofMP3 since I discovered it about 6 months ago or so. Excepting live music, that's more money than I've spent on music in years. Yeah, yeah, I'm a filthy artist-hating pirate, whatever. All I'm saying is, I'm willing to spend money when I can download what I want at a price that I consider reasonable.
For the record, I bought about $20 worth of music from iTunes over the same 6 month period, "stripped" the DRM using HYMN/Playfair (so I could send it to some friends, if you must know), and then was saddened to discover that later updates of iTunes not only "un-stripped" the DRM, it broke the files so that I can't reauthorize them and listen to them now. That's fine; I broke their rules, they broke my files. But I'm not buying anything that I want to keep from them anymore, either.