My arguement isn't against your kind of thinking. My argument is against those who believe that somehow, I don't deserve to be paid for my work. Yours is a technological concern: you don't want malware. My concern is more of an ethical argument. If I serve an advertisement or charge for my work, it is not up to you to determine that the value I am asking for isn't worthwhile, but that you feel entitled to consume my content/work anyways. That is the argument FOR DRM or FOR advertising - because there are people who believe that they should just be able to run Windows for free...without paying for it. And when you have an army of people who work, almost professionally it seems, to crack the latest DRM (not for money, but for "freedom") then it's hard for me to say "Gee, people will just be honest."
Other industries have methods to prevent theft. They can literally physically prevent you from leaving the store, can record your physical body, and other methods. I cannot do that with digitial mediums - instead I have to rely on DRM to enforce my rights as a business to ensure that you are paying me for the work you are using. It's so bad that people will literally argue "I didn't steal anything - you still have your original work - you can only steal cars and physical stuff" as if their denying the income that I am entitled to isn't theft if nothing else in spirit.
I am not alone in this thought and I am not alone in hoping for harder and harder to break DRM. No I don't want it to be annoying - I want people to enjoy my stuff. I simply want what is owed to me based on the assumption that if I put a sticker on something to sell it, your only right as a customer is to get me to agree to accept a lower price - not pay me for what I'm selling (unless I agree to it).