One of the things I dislike about buying mp3s on-line is the low quality of the preview clips. Its fine if you know the music but if you are searching for new artists or new tracks by a familiar artist it often difficult to known what you are buying. The low quality is not the worst of it though, most sites will give you a 40 to 60 second clip and its often hard to know what you are buying if you do not know the piece already. In some cases you do not even get to hear the music because someone is doing an introduction or simply babbling away. Finally, there is the issue of price. The big sites (itunes, amazon) charge on average a $1 per track and some specialty sites charge even more. WEll I am very pleased to say that I just stumbled across a site that addresses all of these concerns. Its called MelodiShop. You can set the sites settings to either play a 60 second clip at the tracks original full quality, or, you can opt for the ability to hear the whole track at a reduced quality. As to price, the tracks costs 10 cents each but when you put money into your account the site will give you bonus $ to spend on top of your contribution. When you first sign up you are given $30 regardless of the amount you deposit. In my case I opted to deposit $30 which under normal circumstances would earn me a bonus of $10. I was pleasantly surprised to find that after making my deposit I had a full $70 credited to my account. Thats my $30+$10 bonus+the $30 gift for signing up. I was surprised to see that if you deposit $100 they will give you $200 on top,,,,thats the most generous structure I have come across. The site has quite a decent collection of music to purchase. Before I signed up I purposely searched for relatively obscure artists (early jazz) and was pleased to find that many of the searches resulted in hits, in some cases a goodly number of them. The sites homepage may be found at http://melodishop.com/?aff=124&saff=2 Happy downloading folks.