As an owner of legal copies of the Adobe graphics programs, I've often wondered why Adobe allows so much pirating. (I would venture to guess that there are more illegal copies than legal copies of Photoshop in use out there, for example.) An acquaintance just came by my office, handed me a 4gb jump drive, and said "Check this out." I plugged it into my USB port, and it immediately listed all of the programs in the Adobe Graphics Suite (incl. PSCS3), and the three programs I clicked on fired right up. He said he paid "less than $50" for the entire package (Adobe charges $1800, I think). I guess as long as enough people like me can be persuaded to pay $1800, Adobe sees no need to go after the pirates; the company is making its billions and that's good enough for them. Thoughts?