Last week I tried out Listen.com's Rhapsody music service for free and now I'm hooked. Kuro5hin has a pretty detailed review of Rhapsody but I don't use the service like the author does. I don't really have any interest in using the CD burning aspect of Rhapsody, the price is just too high. However, I have broadband net access about 95 percent of the time I spend listening to music, so Rhapsody's streams are perfect for me. Instead of spending hours downloading poorly tagged and incomplete MP3s from KaZaA I just pick my music and start listening. There's no need to sync my MP3s between computers and no no chance of losing my collection to a harddrive failure. There are still numerous holes in the available selections, but there's plenty to keep me happy.