Hi everyone! First let me give everyone a little background. So back in the day I bought a product called Phatbox (now discontinued) which was basically a hard drive mp3 player that integrated with my VW audio system via the cd changer connection. The system works great. The beauty of it was that it created voice prompts for all the albums, artists, songs and playlists using AT&T's natural voices and did all the syncing via a program called Media Manager (a poor but effective version of iTunes). Of course this was all done via my PC (I also had a macbook at the time but since the software was for windows i just used my PC and had my music on the PC) Fast forward to today and I still have my macbook and now a new 09 Mini, donated the PC to a volunteer group. I have been using a program called PhatMac to transfer all my music to the Phatbox and seems to work okay, not great, just okay. The great thing about PhatMac was that it is Mac program and used the files in iTunes however it was only a work around created by someone for the mac community. It only uses the Mac voices which through the audio system sound pretty crappy and render the system almost unusuable since I need to hear the voices to navigate. I also found it was missing files/albums and the sorting feature didn't seem to work well. What I would like to do is use either Bootcamp, VMware or Parallels to run the original PC software so that I can use the AT&T voices again. Now for the problem. From what I've been reading if I were to use Bootcamp I won't be able to see all my music on the OSX partition (or any files for that matter) and copy it to the Phatbox hdd. Seems like the only solution I could find was to duplicate my music on the Windows partition and basically keep two copies of my music. This really doesn't appeal to me since I really only wanted to run Windows for this one program and keep the partition to 10gb (I have +50gb of music). I've started looking into VMware and Parallels and I can't seem to figure out if I use one of them if I'll be able to see my mp3 files through the Phatnoise Media Manager via the virtual pc window. Does anyone have any insight on either of these programs? Will I be able to use the Phatnoise Media Manager and see all my music in the iTunes folder? I know this was a little long winded but any help would be appreciated! Thanks!