We have a lot of music cd's, both store-bought and ones that I recorded. The ones I recorded came from an online jukebox/cd recorder that we bought when we lived in Colorado before. That was old software that we no long have or could use. Anyway, I made numerous cd's from this online jukebox/cd recorder......classic rock, disco, country and some oldies. The store-bought ones are the Greatest Hits from different music artists in the $5 bin at Walmart. All of those I have copied to blank cd's, so I'd have a back-up cd's. I ran out of cd white covers, that are glued onto cd's to print on with a computer printer. Went to four different stores, before finally finding a store that sold these covers. I'm redoing our cd collection, but make a copy of all cd's I do. So, if a cd gets scratched or something, I have a back-up. What we've found out is, stores still sell blank cd's, cd cases and the white cd covers, but most music cd sales are gone. Walmart has a bin of cd's, older music, that are sold for $5 and Target still sells some music cd's on a shelf, but music cd's are mostly sold online today. Music is now on iPhones and flash drives (aka USB). Sort of wonder what new 2020 vehicles have in them to play music...…….a plug-in for iPhone/iTunes bought music or a connection for a USB? Do you have a cd collection?