There's almost no time spent on trying to get to know the music you eventually come to love. It's so easy for people to just skim through any album on iTunes and say, I like this one, I don't like that one, this is good, this didn't do it for me etc. Not that this is precise, but you'd have to estimate that people who do this must be spending a few minutes max flicking through an LP to find tracks they liked and just buying those. I suppose this is all good and well, but I can't help but feel you miss out on a lot of music this way. Growing up, buying albums on CD and vinyl, I can remember numerous times skipping tracks on LP's at first, only to come back to them later and find that it's grown on me, or my tastes have developed more, or even that I just didn't give it chance first time around.