Besides all the albums I have are already released to CD.
You are a very excentric lad, with a lot of ideas how certain things work.
And you never read what I write, on MSN, on forums (when you are asking for help) - you indeed, just like Anom once said, tend to fall asleep in middle of a discussion that you originally started.
The main reason of people transfering vinyls to cd-r is not because an album in particular isn't released on CD (well, of course, that could be, logically, a reason too).
The main reason is the other way around - because the actual CD version, especially more recent remasters - usually sounds like shit - too loud, compressed - giving you a very stressful experience.
What sounds good originally, should never be remastered!
Many new CD-pressings ruined the sound of a lot of classic albums. The solution = get an old CD pressing before "loudness war" started (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loudness_war
) , or, if you are a real audiophile, get a good vinyl transfer.
Other reasons for vinyl transfers - vinyls have have a very different mastering either way (even when there is a good CD-version avaiable) and some people prefer it, some are curious to hear it, etc...