I have been transferring my CD collection onto my external hard drive and I am so impressed with how easy it is. Is there a Windows program out there that is anywhere near as good as I think iTunes to be? In all seriousness, am I misguided to tell my PC friends that they will be completely blown away by iTunes for Windows? I set one preference to automatically import a music CD straight into MP3 format. I pop the CD into my slot loader, and iTunes automatically references the CDDB for track info, then imports the tracks into my library. A few minutes later the CD is ejected and I put it in a cupboard hopefully forever. Therefore to get that album into the library in MP3 format has literally only required me to insert and remove the CD, nothing else. To catalogue the tracks using one idiot proof display panel the process equates to 1 click, 1 click and drag, 2 keystrokes and the album name typed twice. 5 minutes to record and perfectly catalogue an album. And on my 867 Mhz Powerbook, I do this in the background while listening to other music, surfing the web and wordprocessing this. Downloading streams is even more stupidly easy. Right click a playlist in MP3.com for instance and a millisecond later the link is on my desktop. I press "+" for a new playlist, type in a name, click and drag the link icon into the playlist. Bang, 149 streamed tunes ready to play, and nothing stored on my hard drive. It is sickeningly slick. Or is this the norm on Windows too and I should just shut up and be happy being a deluded minority maccer?