I registered mostly because of this post.
It is very likely your video will not be able to play on the Fuze. This is because DRM is very restrictive and often kludgy and devices/software need to specifically support particular DRM schemes.
This is not really Sandisk’s fault. DRM is a nightmare through-and-through and I’d recommend avoiding ANYTHING with DRM. DRM is specifically designed to prevent “unauthorized” playback and reproduction; usually this restricts the devices the media file can be played off of (as the whole point is to, again, prevent “unauthorized” copying). It also limits converting to other file formats.
There may be ways to strip DRM off the file but doing so is probably illegal in many countries (although not all).
I said in another Thread I have in the past been able to work around DRMs on other movies but as I started this process for The Dark Knight I realized it was a new style of DRM, Its bigger and more integrated on the disc. I am still working on it, This by the way is legal because it simply turns the DRM off, for conversion and copy to the player, if I tried to burn it would not work,