Well, before you play that love-filled music, think about where you are going to get it from!
Napster, iTunes, Spotify, Grooveshark, Online Radio or Zune...?
Microsoft is trying to get onto the massive online music scene with it's brand new music store Zune, named after failed MP3 player Microsoft brought out in 2006.
This new venture, along with Windows Phone 7 may start people thinking of Microsoft as more than just an Office manufactuer.
It seems Zune will be targetting Xbox 360 users, although one major downfall is that you will need a credit card to sign up to the monthly service (£8.99 per month) and, as many players are under 16 they won't be able to apply - unless they steal their parents card but that is NOT encouraged.
The other limitation of the service is that if you stop paying for it all your music will be deleted - although there is yet no confirmation on whether you can download the music.
Will you give Zune a chance or stick to the music provider you have?