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XMMS all the way.
It is perfect for me - stable, VERY FAST, plays everything i need it to, has lots of plugins.
Now, amarok is pretty good as an idea but is a bit slow and buggy...
And the sound quality is not as near as good as this in XMMS (At least on my system).
Plus, the amarok equalizer's pretty weak, I think.
The only bad thing about XMMS I can think of is it's rubby fonts, because it is written in GTK1. I've tried Audacious and Beep, BMPx but they all have their problems and are slow.
So, for now: XMMS. I hope the other players continue their development and come to a phase when they're fast and stable enough and play everything.