MusicGiants is a relatively new music service. Launched September 29, it features music encoded with Microsoft’s Windows Media Lossless format, which, according to Microsoft, ensures that there is no loss in quality over the original. The service costs $50/year and $1.29 per track, although they waive the yearly fee if you give them $250 for downloads. Yes, it requires that you use their client software, something that I find unfortuntate but, still, to get legal high quality tracks without having to worry about an actual CD, it’s probably worth it. Myself, I still prefer to actually have the CD in my hands but I may sign up just for grins.