What exactly is your intention? Obviously the original post was a question, not a statement. So why are you expecting someone to give it to you, then?
Just for the record, MP3 files are actually quite bad quality - the bitrate has to be fairly high to achieve a good quality. Consider using a better compression algorithm: if you're using iTunes choose AAC ; on Windows Media Player use WMA, and Ogg/Vorbis for all you Linux geeks out there. Any of these formats sound better than MP3 when compressed at the same bitrates.
The reason that MP3 is so popular is because it's a standard format; thus the name "MP3 player". The technology was fairly groundbreaking at the time, allowing a very small file for the amount of quality you get, but nowadays it's not that great.