Hello everyone, It's been a while since I dropped in here. I wanted to ask some questions. I have always been under the impression that CDs were much resilient than vinyl and cassettes. However, I also knew that heat and sunlight weren't good for them. So, I am wondering: * What telltale adverse effects will heat (say a CD in a hot car in July) have on the sound? Tinny? Warped? Buzzed? Won't play at all? Skip? When do I know I have cooked it? * What are the critical temperatures? Is a warm CD stashed in a case in a hot car just as doomed as one on the dashboard in the sunlight? * If you regularly listen to your CD collections on the road, what precautions do you take ... or is it generally not a big deal? * How do CD-Rs and CD-RWs fare under these conditions? Thanks.