DRM works: Diabolical Reaming Method
or how about:
Customer Rights Infringment MalwarE
Seriously though, DRM hasn't caused any problems to me yet, and on principle, the only DRM method i have a problem with is the UNREVOKABLE activations version that EA seems to be bent on using. But still, that didn't prevent me from buying Dead Space. A good game is a good game, and the developers deserve money for their work, despite the DRM the publisher might ship it with.
BTW, i am a (business) software developer, so my opions may be consireded to be biased
EDIT: "We assume all our customers are thieves" - Is there an alternative? The software doesn't know wether it's legal or not, so it has to use the "white list" method (Everyone denied as default, those on the 'list' are exceptions).
And yes, not using DRM is an alternative. Not to some publishers though apparently.