I've started using my computer to create CDs from analog sources. Read about my clever technique here. Last night I made a CD of my Marshall Crenshaw LP of his now rare 1985 album "Downtown". The CD sounds fantastic. I made a label for the disc using my Memorex CD label maker software and labels, but now I'm having second thoughts. I intend to have this as my primary listening medium for this album for the indefinite future. I'm concerned at how the sticker label will look in 10 years. Will it be all yellowed, with the glue dried up and falling off? I think I'm going to stick to a Sharpie from now on for my labelling for permanent CDs. It won't look as pretty but I think in the long run I'll be happy that I did it. Any thoughts?