So maybe you're already too tight with iTunes or allofmp3.com to bother, but if you've been looking for an excuse to
check out Napster's new $15 a month, all-you-can-download
Napster To Go service, someone's already found a way to
burn unlimited amounts of music to CDs for free. With Napster To Go you can download as much music as you want and
transfer it to a portable device, but it normally costs 99 cents to burn a track to a CD and if you stop paying the
monthly subscription fee you lose access to your entire collection. We're not going to advise you to do anything
untoward, but apparently if you install Winamp along with the Output Stacker plug-in you can convert those protected
WMA files to WAV files and then burn them to CD without paying a penny. Or at least an extra penny.