For my own use, on my Zen Micro Player, I create mp3 files at the highest possible quality, 392 kbs, which takes quite a bit of storage space, and more importantly, if used on a web site, would seriously lengthen download time. Usually, for on line, I use 128 kbs, which appears to be the norm, but I don't like the serious degradation of my hard work. My question: when I finish my site construction, and add about 160 mp3 demos, will the higher quality discourage many people? Or perhaps I should have 2 choices, 128 kbs or 392 kbs? I expect to have a ridiculous amount of space, so the problem for me will be the time it will take to upload the demos to my site.