This is great! It looks as though the idea is acceptable and workable. The technological side should be handled as efficiently as possible. If a special program is needed or if raw material is a problem could that be "pro-rated" to offset the cost of the CD? I would buy at least three CDs myself and probably more. My buying it would not be contingent on being on the CD either. I really would like to hear other 'catter's stuff. So far I have heard only Jerry's but if the music that would get on the CD is anything even remotely like what I have heard it should be great stuff. I constantly urge folkies and other musicians to visit this forum. Being able to send them a CD of members would work wonders! I can burn and copy CD's (I have two CD drives) but I have little knowledge about how to go about doing it except from the thread: TECH Help: Transferring tape or vinyl to CD. posted from Guest,JTT on December 5, 2001. I haven't tried to do what was suggested in the thread but it seems easy enough. I'll experiment with the process. Austin Pollard (guest) has the most detailed explanation but Guest Dale seems to have professional experience in this area and Joe Offer also seems to have a good grasp of what is needed. I don't know about any of you but my personal feeling is: If someone is doing something I support and is earnest about doing a good job I am willing to support them. That is in every way including financially.