Ok, I might be doing something stupid here, but how on earth do you go about duplicating an audio CD? First of all, before people start up on it, I'm not wanting to copy anything for a friend illegally or anything like that. I just want to make a copy so I can listen to it in the car when I go to a New Year party (5 hour trip) and I don't want to take the original. I've imported into iTunes and I could just burn a playlist from there. But the CD (which is Brian Wilson's Smile) is a "flowing" album, i.e. the songs merge into each other. You know how crap iTunes is with gaps between songs, etc. Even if I burn an iTunes CD with "No gap" in the preferences, there is still a small annoying pause. (PLEASE APPLE FIX THIS!) I know you can copy CDs using Disc Utility, but it doesn't seem to let me copy a commercial CD. It appears that Apple is covering its back. Is there a way to do it using Disc Utility, or does anyone know of a free program that will take care of it for me? By the way, I don't have or want to purchase Toast. Thanks.