Until we moved I used a Kenwood 200 disc changer and loved it. I listened to way more music than when I had to load up 1 or 5 discs, and by hitting random I found music I didn't even know I had. The only problem was that as technology got better in the computer world, I longed for something with a better file system and some type of album art display. The unit would display manually inputed album titles or CD Text, which for some reason never caught on, (the PC world and online databases I would think) which worked great as CD Text also dispalyed track names.
I had decided to go to a server type setup, but now after discovering I can re-burn my original CD's with Nero and add CD Text I may keep the Kenwood in the system once I get my HT system back together.
I think you will be very happy, especially if you listen to music a couple of hours at a time.