I currently have a free 3 month trial with Apple Music. Last year I tried Google Play for a free month and of course there's YouTube. I had no problem adjusting to the ripped and burned cds or downloading those tracks or even purchasing songs or albums from iTunes, Amazon or whatever. Playing them back on the Mp3 players or burned discs still gave me and still gives me that feeling of owning my music. I personally have a difficult time truly enjoying music in the same way on the steaming services. It just feels so temporary or restricted. Plus, there is so much music at your disposal it feels too surreal. I have similar feelings with Netflix and Hulu vs dvds but not nearly as bad. I realize I'm a product of my generation which is Generation X (born 1970) kid in the 70s/80s, teen in the 80s and young adult in the 90s and first decade of the millennium.