I have about 150 records that I have not listened to in years. A lot of these are records I love - "Chicago Transit Authority", "Exile on Main Street", "Close to the Edge", "The Royal Scam", and many others. I quit listening to these and packed away my old Thorens turntable when I bought an SACD player and began buying my favorite albums on SACDs, though a few of my favorite albums have still not been released on SACD (e.g., anything by Zeppelin). Some of the SACDs I've purchased sound good enough that I don't miss listening to the record, but not all of the transfers to SACDs sound good. I have found that any rerelease of a classic recording on SACD by Mobile Fidelity, for example, sounds wonderful, but transfers by some labels sound no better than a CD of the same recording. So my questions are: 1. What have you experienced regarding SACD releases of your favorite records; and 2. Has anyone who listens to SACDs gone back to vinyl, and if so, are you glad you did? Thanks.