Hey voxie! Thanks. I always TRY to keep it civil up in here. lol That's cool! I'm sorry he had passed on though. Yeah CD and esp mp3 don't always do it justice, but a CD version is great when there is no Hi-Res version available. Though at this point I might be in favor of MFiT over a CD if it in fact uses the SAME master as a "regular Hi-Res" (aka 24/96, 24/192, or anything off HDTracks or Acoustic Sounds really) album. Have you ever listened to a Hi-Res track and its MFiT counterpart? If so, please elaborate here. I plan on comparing a few remastered Led Zeppelin MFiT tracks to my Hi-Res 24/96 versions sometime very soon to determine 1) If they utilize the same master or not (aka they sound the same) and 2) If one sounds better than the other. I am choosing Zep b/c Page did a FANTASTIC job on remastering the Hi-Res releases, and also, there's only ONE (regular) Hi-Res version available, 24/96. So that makes comparing easier than if there was also a 24/192 version. I would a lot more respect for Apple if they were engineering/processing these 24-bit albums they're receiving from the studios in a superior way vs. the way the regular Hi-Res versions get engineered. And to charge LESS for it too would be incredible. But I've been getting mixed (though mostly positive) reviews on MFiT.