DRM isn't evil, people.
DRM is about removing your ability to use your computer in certain ways, including ways that violate your fifth amendment rights.
DRM is software on your computer that you can't remove, can't inspect, can't trust, that deletes your shit and rats you out to the police if they think you're wrong. It might also give away all of your personal information to the bad guys because the people writing that DRM are just as stupid as any other programmer (Google the Sony BMG Rootkit scandal; especially the bits about all the security holes, if you've got a short memory).
People don't understand this. If you described DRM like a police-supplied GPS put in your car that faxes you a ticket whenever you go one mile-per-hour over, or like a camera in your skull that gives away all your secrets, people would understand how evil DRM is. I would hope that even you would be compelled to admit DRM is evil.
Note, I don't accept any other part of your statement; that it is inevitable, or unavoidable, and etc. It's plain to see that you're wrong: Amazon sells mp3s without DRM and the world didn't come to an end. This is auxiliary to the main point about the morality of DRM.