I've always liked The Rolling Stones, but for some reason never really bought their albums (actually one of the reasons was because there seemed to be so many albums) So with the new remasters coming out in about 7 days, I thought I should start my RS collection. (I would normally post a message like this to a newsgroup, but the Stones' newsgroup has so much spam, it's not funny...) There are some drawbacks to building my Stones' collection. First off, I'm having a money hiatus and therefore have somewhat of a limited budget, so I can't buy anything too big or get three or four albums in a day (really depending on the B&M). I don't have an SACD player yet, either. I guess that the SACD layer has better sound, but beggars can't be choosers... Plus, I don't know if I should get a hits compilation or a standerd album. I don't hate them too much, but I really do dislike buying them (why settle for nothing but overplayed crap, instead of getting an album that has a mix of the overplayed and the barely played???). But, I'm not saying that I won't buy them... Believe me, I wish I could buy all 22 remasters and then pick and choose. Yeah, I'm pretty sure that they need to be released on one day. EDIT:Looks like there will only be 11 of them issued on 8/27, and then the other half issued the next week. I imagine it's a wallet saver to some! But, it's not limited to just the new remasters. If getting the later albums is needed, than I'll be happy to do so. I did hear the 1994 Sticky Fingers remaster once, and it blew me away! In advance, thanks for all the replies (please please do reply )!!!