That flat blocky thing doesn't look like a seaworthy ship it looks like an overpriced houseboat, perfect for mooring in the San Francisco Bay, or, perhaps, the Mediterranean. It seems like another example of Steve Jobs letting aesthetics (ugly aesthetics, in this case) take precedence over function.
No, selling used mp3s has not been found legal. If you trace the link's back to the original source you get this article at Ars:
**Judge denies record label's request to shutter "used" MP3 store**
The judge still thinks ReDigi's arguments are likely to fail and that Capitol Records will prevail. The only thing that is significant is that ReDigi's case isn't over yet at the motion stage.
Well, of course the RIAA is selling fewer units per capita. The number of media choices competing for the a person's money is far greater than it has ever been. The RIAA is blaming its dwindling share of wallet on piracy instead of the fractionalization of the market. They can sue 20,000 people and that won't change--the proof being they did and it hasn't.