OK, to add a little more "music" back into the forum, and (hopefully) get some life going again, I want to ask a question of everyone. What has been the highlight of collecting Disney music for you? In other words, what one thing has made you jump for joy, or has become the centerpiece of your Disney music collection? It doesn't have to be an actuall item, it can be an event as well. For me there are many hight points, but I think my best moment was being able to find the "Treasures of Fantasy" boxed set from Tokyo Disneyland. I never ever thought I would be able to get my hands on it, and pretty much gave up hope, but by luck I was able to get ahold of it. I think it's the thing I'm most proud of and excited by. I guess for me, I like having something that not everyone has. I'm not as excited by, let's say, the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack because it's so readily availible. I love the music, but having the CD is not that big a deal to me because a lot of people have it because it's so mainstream (including people who don't collect Disney). OK, I'm breaking my own rule here, but I wanted to add another high point. Not actually owning the CD's, but the pure listening experience of the "75 Years of Music and Memories" boxed set was great! I think that set alone says "Disney" to me more than anything else because it's such a varied and (somewhat) chronological trip through Disney history. I'm REALLY glad I have the set, but not because of it's collectability, but because I LOVE the music! I hope this starts up some positive music discussion, and breathes a little life into the (lately) dead Disney music arena. Ben C.