First and foremost, I love my Droids. :greendroid:dancedroid:greendroid:dancedroid dancedroid:greendroid:dancedroid:greendroid: I have one problem with both the Google Market and the itunes market places. I purchase a lot of software like my hardware, and after I am done using it I like to sell it to help pay for my new toys. The Google Market, Itunes, Kindle, B&N, and Ibook are all the same. Once you buy it, you are stuck with it. I know you can lend books, but you cannot sell them. I can buy Windows 7 Premium and sell the Windows 7 Starter to pay for it on ebay. Same thing with Adobe Photoshop. Does anyone else see this as unfair business practice? If I buy Angry Birds, and want to sell it to my brother after beating it, why can't I. I paid for it and I won't use it again. They are holding us at a proverbial gun point all for the sake of their profit. That's my 2 cents for today. John Droid X (It has become aware)!