A very healthy attitude towards piracy and one I'd like to see more often. IMO, DRM mostly affects legitimate customers, and only stops the most casual of piracy.
One place where I HAVE seen DRM work well is in pre-release protection from steam. Mostly because they don't even download the final .exe file to computers (or even have it on retail disks) until after the unlock date. And while thats a slight inconvenience, something like that I'm willing to put up with if it means they won't do some crazy thing like always online DRM.