Originally Posted by Slaughter
Before you purchase a track on Rhapsody you have the option of clicking on a link that leads you to an explanation of your purchase including this:
Note: Music purchased from Rhapsody is content-protected, and downloaded Rhapsody files will not play on other players. However, Rhapsody music burned to CD can be played in any CD player, and you can transfer and play purchased tracks on a variety of portable music players.
And there is my own argument answered, even they know you can't stop someone from converting the DRMed music to another format so they can be played on a player of the 'buyers' choice. Which pretty much means DRM is basically a hoop they want people to jump through so you can put your music on someone elses player that didn't convert or conform to their DRM evilness