Found on Yahoo's tech page June, 27.... http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/33549 Interesting that they used the opening bits of McCartney's "Figure of Eight". (LOVE this tune, and the CD - Flowers in the Dirt; McCartney arguably at some of his post-Beatles best songs & production, IMHO.) Make sure you click on the link at the bottom of the article to run the demo video, NOT the picture itself to get it to run. (At least that's how it worked for me...the picture itself does NOT link to the YouTube clip, you just get another picture if you click on it.) Save it/show it to your friends, pass it on. It's really a spot-on demo for what happens when bad things happen to good music. I still say that someday, the "Suits" in marketing will re-release all of the squashed stuff without the T.L. Electronic's 'Finalizer' effect, with some kind of marketing campaign like: "Hear it the way it was MEANT to be heard, without all the compression and squashing for Radio & MP3 play."