That being Said, I love Real Rhapsody's Rhapsody 2 Go! The ability to stream, download, and carry with me as many music files as I like in a month for 14.99 is awesome, and the speed and quality of the streaming is really exemplary. The only problem is the damn DRM and the related issues of older hardware, compatibility, and backup, as well as the limitations it places on my ownership rights.
Therefore, I'll be outlining here my ( theoretical ;-) of course ) process for creating more usable and morally acceptable forms of these files. The process, if carried out, may be illegal under the seriously screwed up "legalities" of the RIAA. Please utilize this "fair use" information only for informational purposes, and don't blame me if they terminate your service based on speculation.
Step 1: Find Your Programs
I suggest the following programs:
1) fairuse4wm.exe - this is the "questionable" program. It finds existing keys on your system and uses them to figure out and decrypt wma and wmv files, removing their DRM. (or something like that... it just works)
2) Jodix Free WMA to MP3 Converter - easy to use, simple, but limited.
3) ID3-TagIT 3 - finish off by tagging your new MP3s