During the past week, I have somehow managed to use dBPoweramp to rip many hundreds of redbook and HDCDs, and also the redbook track of SACDs, to my laptop hard hard drive, which I will shortly be copying to a Seagate GoFlex 1TB USB drive, and also backing up (2nd copy) to a Seagate GoFlex 2TB network drive.
Still have some DVD-Audio discs to rip using another PC program.
Still need to determine if I want to rip SACDs - probably not, for as Edorr points out, seems like lotsa lotsa work and a difficult process that I don't have time or inclination to do. I can still play the SACD tracks via my Theta Compli Blu. Though I anticipate what Tyree (Norm) will tell me, in his experience, that the ripped redbook sounds as good or better than SACD via a player, so why bother?