Wow...I hate to write this but may be good therapy. I went to the Tower Records in Atlanta. They continue to pull CDs from the store's classical room. (in fairnesss, a recent trip to Wherehouse Music here had almost no titles) Classical music is dead from a business standpoint, me thinks. Also, I ask sales clerks about Super Audio and I get asked "what is super audio?" same response with DVD Audio... While I understand Tower is in a severe credit crisis, I wonder where to go as a classical music fan. Borders is good here, but are they not threatened by KMarts imminent bankruptcy? Where are the deep catalogues? On top of this, we are getting few juicy titles with lots of cross-over fare, some good, most crap. Someone recently wrote in The Absolute Sound deploring the repititious nature of the same title releases of dead German composers. He has a point. I wonder if other HTF classical fans have the same experience...is classical music DEAD?