I have to say I'm really pleased with Tiger, especially Dashboard and Spotlight. However, I was really looking forward to Automator, but I'm disappointed with it. Yesterday I was doing something I do often, which is to import AIFF files into iTunes, name them based on track names in a text file and then convert them to AAC. It's fairly tedious, and takes a while, so I thought I'd see about using Automator to do it. It should be fairly easy, all it requires is to get text out of a text file, which is apparently possible with the "filter paragraphs" action for TextEdit. Then you could use the "set info of iTunes songs" to set each track name in a given album to the values retrieved from the text file. However, the connections between actions are REALLY limited. So I can get text from the file just fine, and I can get iTunes tracks from the currently selected album, but there's no way to feed the text from the TextEdit action into the "set info" iTunes action. Apparently there's not much that you can do with Automator that's complicated, at least when dealing with multiple applications. Maybe things will improve as more people write actions and workflows and put them out there on the web, but for now my feeling is that Automator has been severely limited in functionality when it didn't have to be. What do others think? Has anyone found anything really cool that they can do with Automator?