I sold most of them to a few people & gave away some. They were all in very good condition as well some still in wrapper that I picked up years ago really cheap from delete bins. I just didn't want to move them again as next year we'll be downsizing to a smaller home. It's much more convenient listening to music digitally. I currently have 225 GB (77 days)of music.
I just bought a 6TB external hard drive. I intend to sort out & transfer some of the cds & DVDs that I have on multiple 2TB drives.
Digital is the way to go; so much easier & no clutter.
Yeah, until your 6TB hard drive crashes and you lose everything in one go. Been there, not going back.
So...what are you doing now?
I think it's better to use multiple smaller hard drives of one or two TB apiece than use one huge drive. You don't want a single point of failure which takes down everything you have. If you have any regular money coming in you could always rent cloud storage and back everything up, which is probably the safest option.
That's what I am doing actually. My multiple 2 TBs are full so I wanted one large one to house most of one artist & that will be backed up maybe to a cloud. The small drives are for current use.
Good job then. I'd recommend to everyone to open a gmail account which also gives you google drive account and 15gb free storage space. It's not enough for large media collections, but it's a good place to keep precious photo's and documents; as hard drives are just too prone to failure.
Flickr gives you 1000 gigabyte for free -- excellent place to backup your photos!