I've been playing a lot with audio recently, not where anyone can really see, but rather on my web radio station (average number of listeners: zero - and that's fine with me). I'm not sure what will come of it, if anything, but I will definiettl say I have a renewed appreciation for good audio quality - not just the technical side of it, but the quality of the voices, the clarity of the speaking, variations in tone, content, speaker, and the rest. What makes, for example, this webinar so good, and this recording so bad (sorry David, nothing personal). It's not just the Jedi ears 9which wouldn't show up on audio anyways). And don't blame the content; if an Apple End-User License can be interesting, anything can.