So the script is running free and hosted, but the locker is just a mock/placeholder so you can see how it functions right now. Once you guys help me figure out which way to go with that you'll all just be able to generate links with your codes and use it however you want. So it's no secret that you can upload music to YT and have it stick, but I haven't heard of a good, scalable way to monetize it. What I did was create a dynamic landing page you can use to create no effort "Download MP3" links for the description. You just pass the video ID in the URL (I'll be creating a way to bulk update a whole channel) and what you get is this: http://video-to-mp3.toolsbydanny.com/download.php?v=BbkcWo5I_A8 SS: This functions like a file locker, but you don't actually have to upload or manage any MP3 files. What you're locking is a way for the user to snatch what he wants from YT, so it's all on him. Notice the video has around 350,000 views and has been up for 3 years. How many downloads could that one video have brought in? I already have a script that will bulk download vids, then reskin them with a custom cover image. I'll probably add upload/link update functionality and give that away on here to see how it goes. It's just command line and works with a file of search terms. The people I'm really really interested in are the ones who already have these videos getting traffic with no money. I'm basically going to be skimming a little bit(5%?) for creating and running this, but I might add another tier for people who can bring on youtubers who might not be monetizing at all. What do you guys think?