I am a vinyl collector and I have been since vinyl first started leaving record stores. I did not like tapes cause my player would sometimes chew and screw up some sounds (this is how screw got started...lol). When CD came along I loved it cause I could skip to the next song without scratching my V's all up. Internet, PC and mp3 came along but I contend vinyl has the highest sound quality. And it is cheaper than buying the CD. I pay $4-7 for old school vinyl today with no scratches but that same CD reissued is double or more the cost. It was much cheaper when I first started collecting. I got America Eats it's Young original for $2. I still got a unopened "Ahh the name is Bootsy" that I paid $1 for. As a matter of fact on the same day I bought 3 of those unopened and 2 Bootsy Player of the Year unopened along with the Strawberry #23 12 inch altogether for $5. This was when nobody was into vinyl anymore. Got original Electric Ladyland for $2 and Beatles Abbey Road $1 and Sgt Pepper's $1 on the same day. I said all that to say that when I place vinyl against the CD in quality, the vinyl wins in the end. Plus you get the artwork and liner notes you can read. I was wondering what was your take on vinyl verses CD in quality. Do anyone have the same record on vinyl and CD in their home and have you did a test to see which one funks the best. I have compared and sometimes small things are taken out with the digital quality. "Maxx Axe" by Roger is a classic example of this and so is Sir Nose Devoid of Funk. Any opinions on the matter?