I keep seeing hate for dualdisc this and that here predominantly from "rock snobs" who think anyone who doesn't have SACD is beneath them... I honestly think it's the same snob mentality that Laserdisc owners had towards DVD, they don't want "Joe Six Pack" discovering high end quality. I won't lie, my "normal" CD purchases of the past year have for the most part been Greatest Hits cd's, I find very few CD's out these days that are worth the cost to press the discs... however, with DualDiscs, I really like them. To me, it's a way of rediscovering the love of purchasing music. I have revisited two favorites from the 1980's (Bon Jovi's Slippery When Wet and Barbra Streisand's Guilty, yes you can like both) as well as checking out more recent albums by David Bowie, Franz Ferdinand, Carly Simon and Nine Inch Nails. I think the problem most people have is that it won't play on older stereos, but you know, CD-R's won't play on older stereos either. I hope DualDisc continues to grow in popularity because they are one of the few things out in this heavily crappy music environment that are actually worth the cost, I hope more and more classic albums get the DualDisc treatment considering how fantastic Slippery When Wet sounds and is treated.