Am currently listening to some records. I always used to be quite sceptical about the whole "records sound better" theory but I have succumbed, I much prefer listening to music on vinyl as it sounds that bit better.
That being said, other factors have to be considered; I can't exactly listen to my Dig Out Your Soul or Chinese Demorcacy LPs on the train to work, and I can't put my records on if I'm busy doing other things whilst listening to the music because of the fact that I will have to turn them over etc.
Not a huge fan of downloaded music, I am a bit of a saddo who likes the artwork etc and also having a new album in my hands is always exciting. But this is another area where LPs come into their own; the artwork looks more impressive and you feel you have bought something more substantial. I read an interview with some geezer from some band once, he was ranting about CDs and saying "how the **** could you love this?" He may have a point, I dunno
Anyway, for me it's vinyl. I don't have anywhere near as many records as I do CDs (basically have a few GNR & Oasis albums and boots, a couple of Beatles LPs then a whole load of GNR, Oasis & Motley 7" & 12" singles) but if I own an album on both CD and LP and am just going to sit and listen to it then I will put the LP on, no question.