As I'm currently selling some of my music collection, it's fun (and embarassing) to go over some of my wasteful and foolish musical purchases. SACD and DVD-A are the first technologies I've ever been an "early adopter" of. In my high-res enthusiasm, I bough SACDs of music I didn't really like so much, at least not as much as I thought I did. Journey Blood, Sweat & Tears Earth, Wind & Fire Sorry to fans of these bands, but I just they're just so boring for me. Or rather, I should say that I don't "hate" them, but they do nothing for me musically. Yet I bought their SACDs and recently sold them. I guess at the time, I was hungry for any decent high-res material. Now, there is so much great stuff out there that not having things like Miles Davis' Steamin and the San Francisco Symphony's version of Mahler's 3rd (I can't afford 'em now) while looking at my stupid Journey SACDs on the shelf made me nauseous. I also had a couple of mediocre-performed classical DVD-As and DTS CDs. Gone, gone. Then there were a few CDs of the same music I had on concert DVDs. I found these to be totally unnecessary- why bother with the CD when I could put on the DVD? Yeah, I could use it for the car, but I don't really care. Bill Bruford's Earthworks band did something cool- they have a DVD and CD set from the same tour, but not of the same shows, so you get different music, so I'm glad to have both. And then there are, of course, the musically regrettable CD choices- light jazz music that is critically praised but I find dreadfully dull, or overblown "prog" bands that have no soul, or that first bad CD by a band I like which isn't up to par as their later work. The vast majority of what I buy, I cherish. So this is all the dregs of my collecting from the past 5 years, so it adds up. Anybody have similar experiences?