Do you roll your own? The poll is sort of divided into several parts, the first two questions for how much effort you put in, and the second for what medium you use, and the third to turn your nose up at the whole thing. So read them all before you hit enter. It's something fun for me to do that adds to my enjoyment of music that I really like, or provides the opportunity to listen to perfectly good tracks that otherwise I wouldn't pick out very often. Mostly I mix by genre, or I put a few bands together and call that good. But for the moving trip up to Wisconsin I just kinda threw bands together on each of three CDs to add up to 10+ hours, and that was fun. And my current favorite CD is one band followed by a bunch of other tracks all mixed up so they all kinda flow nicely to my ear. I got a gift certificate just the other day, and between that and the new job I hope to have, I'll probably put together a new version of that CD soon, with all the original tracks plus a few KJ has that would fit, plus a few more I'll buy. I don't have an iThing mainly because I'm cheap. CDs feel more fun somehow anyway. You have to feel more decisive about what music you pick out. And then you burn one and you've got a creation unto itself, as opposed to yet another playlist that's just numbering files in a different order. I guess? Does anyone else still bother? Or is it all Pandora or hitting shuffle for a band or for your whole music library?