Yeah, I still buy CD's. I simply like to own the physical media even though they get burned to my hard drive and are than likely never to see the light of day again. That said, the metadata entries on many are just simply awful. I just bought the 50th anniversary release of the the Grateful Deads Skull and Roses release and it split Disc 1 up into two separate entries in iTunes. Long story short, my attempts to fix it failed and it's just easier to re-import the disc and start over. Thats just one example. I've got entire boxed set collections that has the wonkiest meta-data entries imaginable. It's really quite annoying and I don't know how it gets past any kind of internal Q.C.