All I can say is all you really need is 1GB of space. Think about it, why would any one want 4GBs of music or more? I have about 3GB os MP3s on my PC but it's more then just my music, it's the family's music and also about 1GB of it is from my old band that we cheaply recorded and never shrunk it down so each file is like 70MB, but not counting my old band recordings and only my share of music I have 673MBs of music.
If only it were that simple... Keep in mind that space is relative, and depending on what quality and codec you are using, the file size per song will be different. I personally use 192 KBPS MP3. My ears and musical training won't allow for anything short of that bitrate. Including videos, I have 4963 files in my iTunes library, which occupy 35.73 gigabytes of space, and you'd better believe that I have listened to/seen all of them, and will again, many times over. I listen to music all the time, sometimes even while falling asleep. If I don't hear music most of the time, I go crazy. So, as you can see (I hope), not all can deal with being as thrifty as you describe.
Post edited by: JediJoker7169, at: 2005/11/22 19:45