eDonkey’s EULAs fill 90 on-screen pages.
iMesh’s EULA is 56 on-screen pages. (I assume this is the version of iMesh from before they shut down). v Kazaa’s EULA fills 182 on-screen pages. The app writes 845 registry keys upon installation.
Morpheus shows you 44 on-screen pages of EULA for its bundle-ware, DirectRevenue.
LimeWire has no EULA and no bundle-ware. If you already have the Java Runtime Environment installed, it also has the smallest install footprint of any of the apps (cuz it’s a Java application).
咦，我應該去看看我們家 KKMan 有多長 XD