Thanks eFrisky, Burninfool, Kuser9 and Socheat for your replies.
I will try the CATraxx and CDTree programs because I want a program that looks up the artist and track information on the web at WWW.Gracenote.Com
rather than typing everything into Excel.
The BoltzRack shelves looks cool, but the 120 CD wire towers are cheaper. Both take up a lot of space. The hard drive solution is a good way to save space, but my wife has a CD player in her car, and she wants to be able to get to the actual CDs. Socheat: How do you stream from your computer to your home audio system?
I am creating a lot of CDRs that need to be stored. I am converting my record albums into CDs, using DCArt32 to get rid of the pops and clicks http://www.diamondcut.com/Catalog/dcart32.htm
. I also make continuous dance music mix CDs using Mixmeister 3.0 http://mixmeister.com/
to fade in and fade out and edit the tracks. I am looking at Case Logic Prosleeves http://caselogic.com/profiles/index.htm
to hold the CDRs I make and to save space and weight. The Prosleeves are available on eBay for about 10 cents a piece.