Originally Posted by Andrew H.
Grant's comment is not quite correct. Breaking DRM for non-commercial purposes doesn't mean that you are breaking it for personal use. I.e., if you broke DRM and uploaded movies or whatever to a "sharing" site, you would be breaking DRM for a nonpersonal, noncommercial purpose, and thus presumably liable for statutory damages.
I wouldn't consider breaking DRM in order to make it available as a torrent "personal use".