Super Moderator - How may I help?
I'm an "old guy" and I love and embrace technology. Vinyl, 8 tracks, cassettes, CDs.. I had them all. I had shelves full of vinyl records, many I copied to cassette...I remember having large cases full with cassettes in the car and having to fumble through them (while driving) to open and load the one I wanted. Then smaller carrying devices for CDs. Digital is the easiest and best way I have ever listened to music. XM does have less quality, but it is fine for me. I don't get into the bit rates and such, I just enjoy music. And, as has been said, as well as in the car, I can listen to XM at home, or on my phone while walking in the desert!Don't hate on us old-school guys! Even vinyl has a strong following. New is not necessarily better. Just because the manufacturer is pushing it (or deleting it) does not mean it is for the better. GDI has it's own issues, CVT transmissions has issues. Remember when the donut spare tire came out. Do you like shifting with a knob? Remember when R12 was replaced? Do you like traditional metal parts being replaced with plastic?