It's a fail. If you only have time to listen to one song at a time, how will you ever know which ones are your favorites?
Easy, its whatever Apple tells you it is.
You should get a Blueray burner! AUS$25/25gig single sided or AUS$50/50 gig double sided.
I just want a solution that I can put the data on, move it around, and not have to worry about -ever- losing it (short of a major catastrophy); the closest thing available that I can come up with is some form of RAID'd NAS, and even that's not foolproof...
Cloud storage. Big, cheap and reliable.
Google Jupiter Creek
BACKING UP TO MEDIA THAT HAS THE SAME RELIABILITY AS THE MEDIA YOU ARE BACKING UP IS NOT A BACK UP,IT IS A COPY!
Burn it to disk!
Writable and rewritable CD and DVD disks have a very short life, in archival terms. They're good for maybe 5 years.
My step-mother uses an old apple for her accounts and diligently backs up her work onto a zip disc. I've pointed out a couple of times that if the machine fails she'll have some difficulty finding anyone with a zip drive to restore her archive from.