Grew up with Vinyl and had 1, 000 or more LPs. Now I have 1,500 CDs and counting, I have no reason to go back to vinyl to rebuy what I have on CD, I still buy CDs as needed, but I own all the music I could ever listen to already, and many will never be on Vinyl. Sound-wise the CD's if mastered well sound superb same as my vinyl, many more mastered or as recorded they sound bad, bright, and also over dark and compressed. My dealer played me streaming on top-tier gear and I was not overly impressed. I see the coolness of it, but sound-wise it is not as good as Vinyl or CD. My tier for high-quality sound is 45 RPM, Reel-to-reel, Vinyl, and CD tied depending on the mastering, in fact, they all depend on mastering and production. More music today is corporate-made music whatever sells they have all others follow that sound and style and with digital they no longer need a group in one room, they can leach lay their tracks down send them in and the producer does the rest and it sounds like it.