Do I have to destroy my CDs, too?

From MTV...

The Recording Industry Association of America — the lobbying group behind the thousands of lawsuits over unauthorized sharing and downloading of songs — says the answer is definitely no. "Selling an iPod preloaded with music is no different than selling a DVD onto which you have burned your entire music collection," the RIAA said in a statement. "Either act is a clear violation of U.S. copyright law. The RIAA is monitoring this means of infringement. In short: seller beware.

So here's a question...

What about the opposite?  Can I sell my used CDs if I've burned them to my iPod, because, frankly, I have a bunch of CD's I haven't played at all since I got my iPod that are just collecting dust.

Or do I have to destroy them?