I was just reading a post on hometheaterreview.com on "Saving Audiophila: How To Get a Young, New Generation of Audio Enthusiasts Hooked," (http://hometheaterreview.com/saving-audiophila-how-to-get-a-young-new-generation-of-audio-enthusiasts-hooked/) and i was reading the post and than the comments and i found that kids are interested in audio, there just has to be some exposure to it. Costa Rodis writes, "There's no doubt in my mind that it only takes exposure to a higher quality of gear to get young ears interested. Kids from the age of 10 and up show curiosity when they just see my Magneplanar panels in my living room. "Can I hear those?" they invariably ask. So long as I can find music they like, they'll stay in the living room to listen. Some stay when music new to them is put on. Those are the ones getting hooked. My college-age daughter comments on the quality of classical recordings. She hears the difference between a CD and a SACD and remarks on how better-sounding the SACD is - without knowing that's what I've put on. When she's ready for a sound system of her own, she'll look to me for guidance because she'll want the best sound she can afford. And she'll learn how to use her ears to find the right gear by simply doing what she already does well: listen. And my 12-year-old middle schooler is already seeking the best sound he can afford inside or on his ears. He far prefers my Audio Technicha or Sennheiser 'phones over the earbuds that come with his MP3 player or that he bought for $15 at Best Buy; the earbuds are for public use only (can't be caught dead with headphones around your neck when you're a tween!). When he shopped for his MP3 player, he wanted the best sounding one, not the most popular. So he ended up with a Creative Zen rather than an iPod. Clearly, exposure is the key. Without getting into audio esoteria or an obsession with gear, our kids can definitely find a passion for good sound just by being in the same room where music they like is being played on good gear. That's where it all starts." So please post what your kids think of Audiophilia?