Yes, hello. Here is my quandary: I use Windows Media Audio to rip my CD's to my ZUNE. I am currently ripping to 192 KBPS bit rate (the highest for WMA). Now I know a lot of you are going to say even that's no good and that I should be doing 320 MP3 or lossless WAV - but 192 KBPS works for me, I have no problems, sounds real good. OK - here's the dilemma: I used to use only an 8 GIG MP3 player, and so, I would rip my CD's to the WMA "default", which is 128 KBPS. I have a lot of CD's ripped to 128 KBPS. Now that I'm using the higher 192 KBPS, should I erase all of those old files and RE-RIP the CD's again to 192 KBPS, or should the 128 kbps suffice and sound just fine along with the 192 kbps? Also, will the 192 kbps files sound louder than the 128 kbps music files? Or more "fuller"? How would they sound different? Thank's for any advice.