I dunno why, but I feel like my 2 kids have always had the benefit of listening to my wife's and I's music. I've had a "stereo room" since they've been born, so my son (20 yrs/old) and my daughter (15) have always had to listen to mom and dad's music (on tape or vinyl). My son recently asked for his first setup, though I was excited I was disappointed at the same time since it took him 20 yrs to appreciate ownership (I think his friends are finally getting into vinyl that's why). My daughter has always been a fan of tapes, I have many pics with her in her pj's constantly resetting the tape counter and listening to John Lee Hooker (her fav as a baby). With that in mind, I've always wanted to approach her HS administration and offer to teach an hour long class, maybe during a communication, history or science class (I haven't determined the best approach), complete with PowerPoint and equipment demonstration on the values of analog listening. Not only do I think it would motivate a younger generation, I think it would fascinate the teens to learn that a diamond running through a gouged out groove actually makes music. I dunno, this has always been something I daydream about when I'm working on equipment, washing my car, or cleaning the house.