well i've already posted this on Apple's Discussion boards, but i figure two boards are better than one. I was just going throught my music library the other day, adding album art (with MPFreaker for most of them... not sure if that makes a difference) and then i plugged my iPod in and updated it. i was just listening to my iPod the other day, and noticed that i've got two Daft Punk albums on there, and they'er exactly the same. it seems like iTunes has put the updated album including album art on there, but it hasn't removed the old album? and it's not just this single album, it's done this for at least 5 or 6 of them so this is adding up to alot of wasted space. I was wondering - is there any hope of removing those doubles from my iPod? the iTunes library is all in order, no doubles there. but i don't know how to get the double songs off the iPod... any help would be appreaciated. (the following is my 2nd post from Apple Discussions forum - someone asked if i was using auto-sync or manual update...) i think i am using auto-sync. but i think i may have had the iPod already plugged-in, so it had updated already - then i went and added the artwork to some albums, and hit the manual update button i think? is that a bad thing to do? should i just stick with letting it auto-sync whenever i plug it in? i'd prefer not to reset/wipe all the songs because i have some songs on the iPod that aren't on my Mac (i deleted the songs but left them in my iTunes library because i didn't have room on my Mac for them but wanted to keep them on my iPod...) and so if i did wipe the iPod those songs wouldn't be put back on there when it updated again, and to get all those CD's out and put them on again would be a bit of a pain... :/ well... any ideas as to what i can do to remove those extra albums off my iPod? any ideas would be much appreciated.