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  Ouch... a few hundred, huh? Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but that'll take you several days. It takes grit and determination to rip a CD collection (I did mine, which is circa 1000 CDs, early last year), but if you stick-it-out,you are rewarded with many years of listening enjoyment.
  Aside from the obvious factor of what computer platform you happen to use, there are differing opinions as to which programs are best to rip with. Some are slicker and prettier/easier to use, but if the most-accurate rip possible is what you care about, first & foremost, and above all else, the ExactAudioCopy, on windows, is the one to go for. It's GUI is a bit dated and it requires a bit of effort to learn the more intricate aspects of its settings, but it does a superb...
1100  pages, and counting.... 
I suspect a lot of the reliability problems with cables may be due not to the cable being badly-made, as such, but more to the continual stresses on them, in use.   Consequently, my guess is that the majority of these problems may cease to occur when the hollow module is released, to shield the cables from any stress (assuming the user doesn't undermine this by regularly connecting and disconnecting Mojo from their DAP/smartphone).   Incidentally, @ 'TheTrace', that...
  OK, well let me know if you find any definite information, and I'll then add it to post #3  
  I can't find any conclusive information on that cable: http://labkable.com/brands/Labkable-Pro-Series.html  Perhaps it is a prototype, not yet listed on their website. It might be the angle of the photograph, but it looks to me as though the USB plug is not right-angled, and that would be a bit odd, since the lightning end is right-angled. The only lightning cables I can see on their website, at the moment, have fullsize USB plugs, rather than our requirements, of a...
 Oh, there are some iDevice cables with right-angled plugs:   I'd just like to see it becoming more common, for short cables intended for pocket-use with small devices such as Mojo (I'm referring to all cable types, not just iDevice ones) Ironically, Peter mentioned the only one from the list in post #3, that does not have right-angled cables. I feel that right-angled cables potentially reduce the amount of leverage inadvertently exerted upon microUSB sockets, and also...
 I'd like to see more of these specialist cables offering a right-angled plug option.
Thanks, Wyrdrune, for bringing to my attention Inara George:       Also see:   Rachel Sermanni Sinead Claire (and further artists, linked therein)  
    
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