This posting addresses everyone who has more than 20,000 songs in their iTunes library. When the first iPod came out, most people could fit their entire library on it, even though the capacity of the iPod was only 5 GB (1000 songs). Reading some of the threads here makes me wonder if there is anyone left who has less than that in their iTunes library. Question 1: Whether the music is purchased from the iTunes store, ripped from existing CD-collection or downloaded from PirateBay, what reason would someone have to acquire enough music for several years of straight listening? Question 2: If having a library of several terabytes, which is the best way to deal with the space constraints of the iPod? Question 3: Where is it appropriate to draw the line between passionate collecting and compulsive hoarding?