It's a generational thing it seems. I notice a lot of people today are all about streaming, as if they don't want to possess anything (that trend is similar with housing and vehicles as well, with individual ownership of both dropping in recent years). There also seems to be a lot of people who simply don't want to pay for songs, instead choosing to download them from pirate or warez sites. Maybe we're just the honest ones?But, man, these past couple of days I've got lost into a deep hole of audiophile websites/forums/etc and I read the most different opinion and advices. Turns out it seems like audio ripping peaked in 2009 since a lot of the chatter about it are dated around those years. I could find some forums with recent stuff from 2019 but people don't seem that concerned about it anymore. Are we the last generation that will care a bit about ripping CDs?