if i have to listen to anything resembling punk ....

I'll listen to SuperChick. Rhapsody has a sampler of their stuff across albums, AND I LIKE IT! I don't like Stellar Kart as much as my son and quite a few of the youth in our church do, but then, I never liked Green Day or other punk bands from my era. Speaking of which, my son LOVES Green Day and was shocked to find out that I knew some of the songs he was listening to.

I finally broke down and ordered music online. I now own (thanks to SongTouch) Kirk Franklin's Hero(whole album $9.99 allowed 7 CD burns) sight unseen, er heard, Third Day's Wherever You Are (also $9.99 -- which I probably could have gotten from a friend who own every single one of their albums) and of course, Superchick's Beauty From Pain ($9.90 and not found in the Christian Supply nearest to me, or at Fry's, even though Fry's carries their last album, go figure) which I have been talking about off and on since "We Live" hit the airwaves.

So I spent just under $30, but if I had bought them at the store (or even Amazon or CDNow) I would have spent closer to $45. I'm cheap and want my music now :) I love saving a buck or 3. Anyways, my Zen needs new music if I can find my cable ..... (wandering off to find usb cable for Zen ... why can't each USB thing be interchangeable cablewise with every other ... oh wait, that would make it easy for the consumer...)