I have a confession and a question. I first got into music in the mid-80s, and I bought vinyl (not cassettes!) by the armload. But when CDs came out a couple years later, I switched to those for almost everything (even re-buying titles that I had on LP). And so it went until just a few months ago. When this forum and Stephane's Passions inspired me to complete the gaps in my Smiths collection, I realized that vinyl doesn't appear to have died as completely as I'd thought. A quick look at eBay listings proves this. So my confession is that I just can't see why so many are still seriously collecting vinyl. I'll buy it only if there's no CD source for a given song. Is there any reason why I should hold on to my Smiths LPs if I have them on CD, and haven't listened to the LPs for 15 years? WTF?