This year I'm finally ditching CD's and going to iTunes full time. I don't even remember the last time I got excited to buy a CD because I just rip it in iTunes and then it sits on my shelf. For the most part iTunes has fairly good prices on music. I really hope it lasts for 10 or 15 more years or beyond that. With all this technology I don't see why it wouldn't. Maybe even one day Apple could sell lossless and lossy, give us a choice. I can't tell the different between AAC 256 and a CD, AAC is far more superior to MP3 anyway. So my question is how long do you think iTunes will be at the top? Edit: I'm thinking about this because CD's had a good run about 20 years or so, and now everything is on computers.