I'm also curious who buys cd's anymore.
I personally haven't bought a cd since around 1998.
It's nice to just download an entire album in a couple of minutes, but I miss the feel of actually buying a cd, looking at the cover art, reading the lyrics, the smell of the packaging, etc...
I don't have one single memory of what it was like to download a song, but I have many wonderful memories of what it was like to listen to a certain cd for the first time and what it felt like to buy it.
Last year I was trying to assemble a 1,000,000 song jukebox and was doing pretty good until one of my 500 gig drives failed and I lost thousands, and thousands of songs. I couldn't remember what I had already downloaded and what I actually had, so I just gave up. Too hard to keep track of it all.
"all my music is from physical cds that were downloaded onto my comp..."
All of my physical cd's are on my hard drives, but I didn't physically rip them, I found it much easier just to download it, even though I already owned it. Guess I'm lazy.