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  1. I have just recently decided to rip my whole CD collection (4,000+). Thus far I have been using dbpoweramp with the CD drive on my laptop. I am realizing that, at the rate I am going, it's going to take many, many months to get through everything. Rip robots seem like they may help, but I can't seem to find a whole lot of information from users. I've been looking at the Nimbie USB CD?DVD Auto Ripper.Does anyone here have any information, positive or negative, that they could share regarding rip robots or the Nimbie specifically? Would I be sacrificing anything for the sake of being able to walk away while the robot rips a large number of CDs? Thanks!