My band needs to start recording our practices for posterity and so we can point out glaring mistakes to each other. I like what I used to do back in the day, which was a tabletop cassette recorder, pressed record and played... which was great when that was all there was. Well, those days are gone, the recordings sounded like shizzle and we are in a new millenium. We want to find something with the same attributes that old recorders had, but with new ways to improve clarity, skip songs, etc. What is out there that is A) Simple enough for a drummer to use , B) Relatively inexpensive, C) Can change mics if need be, D) Can skip thru/delete tracks with the greatest of ease? I see Mini Disc, Hard disc and tape recorders available all over... is there one thing in particular that I should look at? Tapes blow, but are super cheap. MDs are cool, but some only record with a computer (no field recording). Hard disc is all multi track and is limited to what's on the unit. As you can see, I'm leaning towards MD. Models? Prices? Suggestions?