Bet that caught your attention! Anyway, I have officially listened to all the albums I have bought so far. 9 out of 10 of them were recommended here back in that ancient "Help Me!" thread. Here's what they were, with my ratings on the music (on a scale of one star to five stars): Sgt. Pepper-The Beatles ***** The Police-Every Breath You Take: The Classics **** David Bowie-Fame and Fashion (bought myself) **** Joe Jackson-Look Sharp ***** + Eric Clapton-Slowhand **** + Willie Nelson-RCA Country Legends *** + Bill Haley-From The Original Master Tapes *** + Simon and Garfunkel-Greatest Hits ***** + Neil Young-Harvest **** + Dave Brubeck-Time Out ***** + (+=purchased from BMG) Here's my evaluations on sound quality: Sgt. Pepper-**** (pretty good sound for a 1987 disc) EBYT-*** (too bassy for me) Fame and Fashion-***** (great awesome sound! the music just breathes) Look Sharp!-**** (it's maximized, but it's pretty good) Slowhand-**** (a little quiet, but good overall) RCA Country Legends-***** (lively great sound) FTOMT-***** (can't diss Mr. Hoffman's work ) Greatest Hits-*** (it sounds kind of flat and dull to me which is a shame because there are some great tunes on this album) Harvest-**** (pretty good consistent sound) Time Out-***** (no wonder they say that jazz music is audiophile music) Overall, the discs were all great. Sgt. Pepper, Time Out, the Simon and Garfunkel disc, and Look Sharp! are masterpieces. Nearly nothing wrong with them. The Police and Bowie discs were great as well. I dug Eric Clapton and Neil Young, but I thought that the Neil Young disc was brought down by the orchestra tracks and I just couldn't get into Slowhand very well. The reason why I gave the Bill Haley disc a low rating is because, while they are great songs, most of them sounded carbon copies of other songs. The Willie Nelson disc is good, but I gave the rating due to the fact that there are just rarities and few "hits". Don't be alarmed by those ratings, I loved all these discs, as they opened up a musical box for me filled with great music. As stated in the "Help Me!" thread, as I would get that recommended disc from the artist, then I would get yet another disc from the same artist. I know that dosen't make sense, but maybe this will help. : The Beatles- since I have Sgt. Pepper, which disc do you guys think I should get, since I love The Beatles. I've heard nothing but praises about The White Album, so that's a choice The Police-Message In A Box was originally mentioned so that will be next for me (no help) Joe Jackson-which one should I get now? Eric Clapton-see above Willie Nelson-if anyone can mention a good compilation without rarities, tell me Bill Haley-I think I have enough from him... Neil Young-which one should I get? Dave Brubeck-see above Anyway, if you're still confused, look at Gary's post in the first part of the "Help Me!". It's one of the first replies to my original message. But, anyway, thanks again everyone for putting their input and helping me compile my massive list! I really love this place. Oh, and this is my 41st post!