I'm new here as well as a noob (who wants to learn), so please hang in there with me... I realize that mp3 files are compressed and therefore the music has lost some fidelity in the process. So I'm wondering, since most of the music I download are mp3 files, will I realize better fidelity if I convert the mp3 to wav before burning to (data) CD? ...or was that fidelity lost forever (as I suspect) when the music was compressed to mp3? A related question... Are there special measures (or special burning software) I should know about in order to burn mp3's to (Data) CDs that will play in my car's CD player?