The price seems a good deal, but you need to know that, without the CD drive (which you can buy seperately, but it's overpriced at $300, and looks to be going off the market. I wonder if you can use a cheap computer CD-drive?) transferring the song data to burn a CD is complicated by the lack of a USB or Firewire connection. You would need to transfer the sound through normal RCA cables, like on a stereo (which would require recording to some other device, like tape), or through an S/P-DIF connection. The S/P-DIF connection is a high quality digital connection that you may on may not have on your computer, but could add as part of a new sound card. This is more complicated than simply dragging a .wav file onto a CD, unfortunately, but do-able. If you go to Fostex.com, you can download the manual and look at page 96 for instructions on file transfer. This probably would be a lot easier the second time you do it than the first, but does require some, slight computer savy.
Just something to consider. They really should have put a USB port on this, but I guess they wanted to sell those CD drives.