Don't speak for me, my point was simply that if you are concerned about mp3's not being as good as flac because of compression. Then ogg might be a better option if you are worried about the quality of compressed tracks. No desire for war just pointing out that all factors need to be considered when making comparisons. In this case mp3 is lossy but available in multiple bit rates so when comparing a lossless format like flac to a lossy one be it mp3 or ogg and saying you hear a difference then bit rate needs to be specified. There was a time not long ago that 192 kbps tracks purchased online were considered as acceptable quality. But clearly 192 kbps vs lossless is definitely not a fair comparison. The only fair comparison when comparing lossless to lossy is lossy at the highest possible bit rate (quality).