Don't get me wrong, I'm all for open music & sharing with the public the art that I have to offer the world. In today's new media, it seems almost like a necessity for musicians to attend to this option and then focus on getting by with another job, concerts, something. I forgot to bring this up but, to me, the whole argument that it is possible for a musician to make lucrative amounts of money with the name your own price scheme seems far-fetched, especially under the Radiohead argument. I doubt Radiohead would have ever been as successful as they were with "In Rainbows" if they weren't RADIOHEAD, on their 7th album, with well-established credibility structured by major record label marketing. They don't even need the money! And this also felt like a promotion! It was a limited time thing, got huge hype, and then everyone who missed out either downloaded it illegally (those people would've paid $0 anyway) or went out to buy the CD or the special edition, super-box set with flashy vinyl & a poster for $200. Just a thought.