If it has DRM, I don't buy it. I don't steal DRM or non-DRM either.
Get it through your head, publishing industries, I don't *need* your product and if you make your product unpleasant with DRM, you don't get my money.
This also applies to price-gouging: I will NOT buy a 20 year old song for $0.99. I'd pay $0.05 or $0.10. However, I will NOT "buy" songs from Russian sites at those prices because I don't consider the Russian sites to have legitimate rights to the songs in the first place. So I do without. Because I don't NEED your products.
Fair price, no DRM, and my wallet will open for you like a floodgate--anything less and you get NOTHING.
The fat-cat entertainment industry deserves a huge boycott anyway.
Come on consumers: abandon the price gougers and go for the real entertainment values, you can get hundreds of hours of good interactive entertainment from computer games for $50, why shell out ANYTHING for low-quality high price crap like today's music and movie industry produce?