Pro, do you have a citation that could help clear this up? Everything that I have found on "Fair Use" decisions has specified "Personal Use" and the wording actually excluded "Commercial." As in, it actually says on the decision that one can give one's music portability by format/time shifting for personal use but this does not apply to commercial use. For example, you are able to record a movie off the television to watch later in your own home but you can't record one and then take it to a theater and charge money to let other's watch it. Guess you can't even buy a movie on DVD and charge money for others to watch it. Same for making copies of karaoke. If you have a copy of a decision that actually says anything different, it would be nice to have a link.