Is it just me or is the way Apple handles iPod Updater very... clunky and unintuitive? When you go to software update and download the latest iPod updater, it then disappears into the Utilities folder, and within a folder of it's own as well. And when you do get there, the interface is very un-Apple-like and seems like a fast job. Why doesn't Apple auto-run the updater from Software Updater? Or maybe auto-run it the next time you plug in your iPod? Or add it to the Preferences Panel or iTunes preferences? After all everything else that is iPod-related is managed in the iTunes Preferences. And it's been like this since the inception of the iPod. With the booming popularity of the iPod I'm surprised Apple didn't revamp the Updater and make it more user-friendly.