Apple's announcement comes nearly a year after Amazon.com's DRM-free MP3 deals went live, demonstrating that the record labels were holding the DRM card until they could wring business concessions from Apple (in the form of variable pricing). This just underscores that DRM is not really about stopping piracy, but rather about leverage over authorized distributors.
DRM-free music is certainly phenomenal news, but Apple has a long way to go before they can brag about being DRM-free entirely.
Three concerts from December 2008 made available via BitTorrent. This is "raw, unedited, un-color-corrected", and isn't really meant for general consumption; NIN is making this available for self-made video editors to play with.
Might go great with the new version of iMovie announced yesterday.