@thedj93: I haven't seen Pitch Black, so I couldn't tell ya.
@meaninoflife42: Most of the time, you'd be right, but he was actually super-offended. The Enis book was for Leon, andthe Zardoz DVD was for Korey. He thought I was giving him a "Nigel" gift, but he got VERY upset and ranted for about twenty minutes. When he finally opened Nigel's gift, he was too exhausted to even be annoyed. I kinda get it; I sent Leon a $20 comic book and Korey a $7 DVD that seemed like garbage. But I fucking love Zardoz, so that was definitely the more personal gift. I've occasionally listened to reviews since, but my motivation to use the site is totally drained.
@tarsier: im fairly certain the vinyl will come with an itunes download code but i see your point.
i still think there is a certain charm to having your listening experience divided into two 40 minute segments. you get the chance to take in the music how it was intended, for better or worse. and you get to put the record on and not be distracted by the interface around the music i.e. the internet etc.
it hearkens to a different era of music consumption where people would sit on the floor of their living room and stare at the record sleeve while the music plays
@ahgunsillyo: i got one at radio shack/the source for 20 bucks. it connects to my pc for sampling music and stuff. its not really set to be playing full albums. Honestly I would be satisfied with CDQ on really good speakers.