I am cleaning my LP collection and making an MP3 and a CD copy of each album. I am using an inexpensive Audio Technica turntable and I wondered if my finished MP3's and CD's would benefit from a turntable/stylus/cartridge upgrade- I am looking at the Pro-ject Debut III. Any advice would be appreciated. I must admit that i am not a stereophile, I actually have a pronounced hearing loss and tinnitus thanks to my early days of reckless abandon; but I am interested in the turntable because it will allow me to enjoy my 33 1/3 LP's today and down the road, and it has a 78 RPM pulley option that would allow me to add my 150 or so 78's to my digital collection and would allow me to play them in the future as well. Bottom line- will the turntable quality of the better equipment be noticeable when it goes into the MP3/CD/computer environment? Thanks for your input. PS. I do have a phono preamp with an RIAA/78 switch.