I read this article about vinyl records: Learn Mixing Tips for Mixing for Vinyl | EM Tips and Techniques on Mixing for Vinyl It sure seems like a lot to worry about. It's unfortunate that Digital got a bad name because of all the crappy, highly compressed versions of it. As someone who lived with vinyl records for a long time, I welcomed GOOD Digital with open arms. It avoids the issues mentioned in the article above. Sure, it has it's own quirks, but I think the advantages far outweigh the negative aspects, IMO.