I've been thinking of things that I would love to see added to iTunes. Here are a few: Remote Libraries - Kinda like shared libraries, but with the ability to modify songs in the remote library. Basically, the ability to remotely manage and use your library, as if you were at the computer it was on. You would be able to do everything with a remote library, that you can do with a local library. Things like adding and removing songs, changing tags, ratings, etc... Even things like iPod syncing. You would be able to set a different password for this, than for normal Library Sharing. iTunes Agent - Basically, a service on Windows and Mac, that is launched at all times in the background, even when no one is logged in (like file and printer sharing), and when iTunes isn't open. It would provide Library sharing, Remote Libraries and iPod syncing. It would host these features for all users. Let's say that my brother is using the computer, is logged in with his profile (on windows), and I need to sync my iPod. No problem! I just drop it in, and it syncs with MY library, not his. It would show up in his iTunes, but it wouldn't launch it, and it wouldn't interact with his copy of iTunes, unless he selected it. If no user is logged in, then it would unmount automatically, or you could select to unmount it if someone is logged in via dragging it to the trash in OS X, or by selecting it in Safely remove hardware in Windows. Unlinked iPod playback - Lets say I go to a friend's house. He has a freaking sweet set of Logitech Z-5500s hooked to his computer. We want to listen to some music from my iPod through them. I could just jack it in to them, and have playback across the analog line. But you know what would be better? If I could jack my iPod into his computer, select it in iTunes, and play music from it, and send it to the speakers via the computer's optical out. Basically, if you hook your iPod up to an unlinked computer, and you can play music off of it. No ability to copy music to or from the iPod. Just the ability to play music from it. Make sense? Unmount iPod after a certain period of inactivity - If there is no disk access to the iPod for a certain amount of time (user can set this time, or turn this feature off), it will unmount the iPod. This could be done by the iTunes agent that I mentioned above, so it would work even when iTunes is closed. Unmount iPod from iPod - On Windows, unmounting your iPod can be annoying. Wouldn't it be nice if you could hold down a button on your iPod for a few seconds to do this (menu for example). So, what do you all think of these ideas, and what ideas do you have?