I think most people who listen to music from their computer, hear it coded in .mp3. What does the future hold for digital audio where computers are concerned? Will .mp3 be the standard for six months or six years? In a previous thread Nick warned some high end speakers "will rip .mp3s apart" because the sound ability is that good. I ask, if one wanted to condense their massive collection of CDs, would it be prudent to wait until there is a better compressed audio format, one which will not degrade audio quality as much?