I dont like the trend towards you not owning what you buy. Now, if i buy an xbox or PS3 game, I can resell it, burn it, or do whatever I want with it. This new model forces any resell of pre purchased games to be purchased again.
Funny non-true examples of this:
Buy a house that has been lived in before. Having to pay the original builder a fee to do so.
Buy a used car, having to send Ford a check.
I understand software developers selling a "one purchase, one license". You cant just distribute it to everyone you know. But with this new model, you don't even own the one license. You are "allowed" to play it an unlimited amount until you sell it to give it away, but then since you don't actually own it, the new owner did not get the license to install it without purchasing it. This massively lowers the value of your games and completely changes what I would be willing to spend on a game since my games no longer have a used market value. Spending $60 on a game, knowing that it has a value even if I no longer want it means I am not really spending $60. Now if you buy a game, it's really $60.
Right now, if i buy a PC game or whatever, it has a license, and I can sell that software and the license or product code along with it, allowing the new buyer to install it one time.