So I've been with emusic about 4 or so years now, and I've about reached the end of my tether. They introduced the cash system as opposed to credits, and whilst I'm getting the same amount of tracks, they're introducing variable pricing I believe so that's not going to keep. Most of their best labels have left, and I'm fed up of having to wait and wait for their idiots in the US to wake up to hit the big "add new music button", meaning I have to wait for new releases I really want as opposed to just buying them at 7 in the morning from Amazon.
My issue with leaving is 2 fold; that it's going to cost me a lot more to get the same amount of music elsewhere, and that if I'm having to pay through choice (As opposed to the "you need to use up your credits by the end of the month") I'm less likely to take a punt on a random band, and so I'll miss out on a ton of stuff. I know a lot of albums are now cheap as chips on amazon which helps, but I'm currently paying £20 a month and getting 100 tracks.
I'm sure the obvious answer is invest in spotify, but I still like the idea of owning the MP3s, and also I'm moving abroad in a few months and I won't be able to use it over there.