"In order to enjoy the full experience of Vongo and Media Center Edition feature integration with Windows Vista, we strongly recommend that you uninstall the Vongo application software prior to upgrading to Vista. (Please Note: When you uninstall Vongo you will lose movies and videos already downloaded to your library. Because Windows 2000 and XP are separate and distinct operating systems from Vista, there is simply no technical means of porting Vongo videos across operating systems. As a Vongo subscriber you can always replace the videos in your library at no charge.)"
Really? The movies you download on XP won't be playable on Vista due to technical reasons? Please. Pull the other one, it's got bells on. This little lie is probably in place just to convince potential users to upgrade to Vista first, with Vongo as the proverbial carrot.
So it seems to me that Vongo has been designed as a Vista delivery catalyst and little more...and why would I want to artificially restrict myself so heavily, to the point where upgrading to another Microsoft OS will cause me to lose the movies I've already downloaded?
Amazon recently started offering $8.99 non-DRM MP3 albums. I've bought several so far, since I can use them on any of my playback devices, from my Sonos system to my Linux workstations and laptops to my iPod. It's this reason that I don't use the iTunes store, or any other crippled delivery system. So sorry, Vongo, but I'm completely uninterested.