MP3's and vinyl equally. I got into vinyl much less for the vinyl than wanting to support my favorite artists. I wanted physical copies of my mp3 counterparts but really started enjoying the experience of listening to vinyl. I do still own CD's - mostly of those who don't produce vinyl because I still prefer having a physical copy of all my music.
This is how i get music. I download illegally then I like the music, then I purchase the MP3's and a physical copy at the same time. I like listening to vinyl when I am at home and MP3's everywhere else. I never really touch my CD's, they just sit in nice shelf on my wall.
The main reason I like vinyl is because to me it is magic. I understand how basic electronics work, 1's and 0's. Etching the electrical signal into a piece of vinyl and then dropping a needle on it and you hear the music is something that is beyond me. I understand the logic behind it but it still blows my mind. I love the experience of finding the record I want to listen to, looking at the cover art, putting it on the turntable and dropping the needle, it just makes the listening experience better to me. The only experience I miss out on is crate digging - could careless, I only buy music when I know for a fact I like it. Like I said, MP3 comes first then the physical copy.
This was kind of all over the place, I just really love music whether it's through bluetooth in the car or on the turntable, what sounds better is subjective and I do hear the differences but like both. If I lost either collection, I would be devastated. I've spent hundreds of dollars for a single album I wanted. CD's, if they burned, it would suck but I would sigh in relief that it wasn't my computer or records.