Sorry, I simply expressed my preference for how I watch things. I can't see any reason why you would quote and respond to that in such lengths. I think you need to familiarise yourself with a simple concept. The only person that cares about how I watch and store things, is me. The only person that cares about how you watch and store things, is you.
You seem to have a bit too much of a desire to go down the "look at my great setup, it's so much better than how you do things" road. It's great that you think you have a superior setup, but it only matters to you. I actually find it quite sad, that you are constantly having to state how much hardware you have. You refer to PS3s in the plural sense, you seem to *need* to tell people you have 120TB of changer storage. The fact that you say things like "only a select few of us". in reference to buying a specific piece of hardware, is just arrogant.
Since my wife died, and my friends turned their back because they couldn't deal with her illness, my setup serves one purpose... to keep me entertained for a brief period every day. I guarantee, that my whole setup, which probably cost less than one of your precious changers, makes that experience just as enjoyable for me, as your *superior* system does for you.
You enjoy your *superior* vast array of changers and hardware, and I will continue to enjoy my tactile, hands-on experience. Neither of us needs to justify our choice, because nobody else cares about the choice we make for ourselves. You might want to remember that, next time you plan a 5000 word essay on why your system is so much better than someone else's.
I'm going to unsubscribe to this thread, as I feel no reason to further provoke your desire to tell us about all your changers... again. I'm just going to listen to a CD, in my single disc, run-of-the-mill player.