In connection with a podcast on the subject of why end-user license agreements for software are so full of legalese, CNET asked Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss to do a dramatic reading of the iTunes EULA, which he did. They've posted four excerpts, each of which Dreyfuss reads in a different voice. Very good, especially the one in the "crazy German professor" voice.
I'd encourage Apple to have him do the whole thing and use it as their official version, but it would get old pretty fast if you had to listen to it every time the EULA changes. But at least people would pay attention once.