Hi Guys, I have recently moved from PC to Mac, and successfully transferred my iTunes library without losing any hair. When on the PC, I used MP3Gain to set the peak volume of all my songs to the same level. This stops the issue of some songs being too quiet, causing you to crank the volume up, and then getting your ears blown to smithereens when a louder song is played. I also listen to my music a lot on my iPod when commuting by motorcycle, so I really need consistent volume levels, as I can't keep stopping to turn it up and down. I need a system that will work on both my iPod and my Mac. I know that there is a feature of iTunes called Sound Check, but it didn't work on the PC version, hence the use of MP3Gain. Does this iTunes feature work in the way that I need it on the Mac version of iTunes? I was going to get the Mac version of MP3Gain, but it's no longer available to download, and anyway, there were lots of comments on how bad the Mac version is, and how it messed up your MP3s. So, what's my best course of action? Thanks.