Plenty of people are having the same experience and are "getting into vinyl" as they put it. I get asked a lot if "vinyl is coming back" or if "tube amps are coming back" and I just inform them that they never left.
I have been listening to vinyl since 1976, that has been 32 years already. I have not changed listening to CD. Thought CD is more convenient to play, to store and to buy, but the vinyls are more enjoyable and realistic. Viinyl folder is larger, can see the lyrics, or article about the singer, player or composer, like reading a newspaper rather easier than reading a news viewer in a PDA format.
I have listened to a reasonably good system recently , that was a Goldmund CD player, pre-amp power amp driving a Khamar floor stand loudspeaker, the sound was sweet, quiet, clear and not having sharp edges, not too digital... but I was having a short while on some light music, need to confirm through vocal.
CD's tendency to have less depth and a 'flatter' bass and lower midrange dimensionality."
The trebre is a bit harsh even the best CD player as comparing with good Analogue playing sytem.
Anyway, I can say that the Vinyl lover isn't idiot as the CD lovers have such a bias on us ( a bunch of Vinyl lovers)