Is it my imagination, a result of limited experience, or do slot-loaded drives (i.e. the one in my iBook) act a lot more picky about flaws on media than tray-loaded ones? When I first ripped all of my cds onto a computer, I used my mom's crappy Dell with a cheap CDRW tray drive, and none of them gave me any trouble (other than the occasional slow-down). Now, I'm in the process of doing it again with my iBook, and it seems like every cd with even minimal wear has tracks that won't import. On top of that, iTunes freezes on every "bad" cd, so I have force quit and restart it. So is this annoyance standard to slot drives, the models that iBooks use, my specific drive, or is it my imagination?