Rhapsody decided that resistance is futile and decided to jump onto the online music store bandwagon, offering prospective buyers the choice of previewing full tracks (25 track limit per month) before deciding whether they’d like to part with their hard-earned cash after that. This service will also be made available to Rhapsody’s new partners such as iLike, MTV Networks and Yahoo!. Music lovers can expect a catalogue of over 5 million songs in individual MP3 formats, where you use a download helper application to import purchased MP3s directly into iTunes, making it a snap to sync tunes to iPods, iPhones and other MP3 players. These MP3s are encoded at 256Kbps which should sound pretty decent, and more importantly, were not transcoded from Rhapsody’s previous format (WMA) in order to maintain a higher audio quality. Where do you get your online music fix from?