I am looking to add an inexpensive CD megachanger ($150 or less) to my bedroom shelf system. The shelf system is hardly high-end, so an inexpensive megachanger is all that is warranted. The shelf system (Sony DHC-MD555) has a five-disc CD changer, but I would like to load up a megachanger with CD-Rs for convenience. Since this is only a bedroom system, I don't need a 300- or 400-disc player. Frankly, a 50- or 60-disc unit would do the job. I saw the Sony CDP-CX53 50+1 changer at Circuit City the other day for $150, and Crutchfield sells it for $130. Frankly, I was not impressed with this player. Build quality is average at best. Of course, what do I really have a right to expect at this price point? Another alternative for around $150 is the Technics SL-MC4 60+1 changer. I haven't seen this one in person yet, but it looks to be a nice changer. It doesn't have the typical carousel design for a megachanger, but I don't know if that is good or bad. Unlike the aformentioned Sony 'CX53, the Technics 'MC4 displays CD-TEXT and allows you to enter disc titles via the remote. All in all, the 'MC4 looks like a winner. The only other player I might consider is the Technics SL-MC7, which is a 110+1 changer that sells for around $180. I haven't seen this model in person either, but upon a cursory look on Crutchfield's web site, it appears to be the same as the 'MC4, except, of course, that it holds more discs. I really don't need the larger capacity, but I would get the 'MC7 over the 'MC4 if there were a compelling reason to. Does anyone have the Sony 'CX53, Technics 'MC4, or Technics 'MC7, or has anyone compared these players? Is there a reason to avoid any of these players? I am not expecting all-world performance from one of these models, mind you. Just a reliable player to play CD-Rs with a shelf system. By the way, I assume they all will play CD-Rs. Is this a safe assumption? Thanks in advance.