Yes, what nohitter151 said.
I actually have all my music in FLAC. Problem is, a stupid iPod is the only music device that my car supports. By support, I mean I can skip tracks using my steering wheel controls and the artist and title appear on the display of the factory radio.
I refuse to listen to compressed music, so I have to convert all my FLAC to lossless M4A (using DBPowerAmp) and sync to my iPod with MM.
I'm getting off on a tangent here, but most of today's young people who have been raised on MP3's don't even realize there is a quality difference in MP3's and a uncompressed CD (which they have never purchased). With storage space so cheap and Internet connections becoming faster, I'm hoping there will be no need for compressed music in the future. Now if we can only get recording studios to stop recording music so loud that they limit the dynamic range, music may start sounding good again.http://www.cdmasteringservices.com/loudnessvideo.htm
Stepping off soapbox...