I would ...
Create a bunch of 3-5 MB audio files and name them after popular audio tracks, and then climb out of the P2P trenches. When RIAA comes asking for your name then counter with a defamation of character suit.
Of course, I suggested this exact tactic about a year ago, and someone has already conducted this kind of activity, but why are there no consumer-protection groups monitoring the files RIAA is downloading?
After all, its not the playing of the downloaded file, but the act of downloading they are highlighting. This makes them the biggest hypocrites in the entertainment business.