Hi all.. When tagging your music, and how "accurate" it is, is it true that tagging software does much better if the songs already have meta-data in ? Basically, how more, or less accurate can tagging software be based on weather exiting meta-data is present? (for example if you used mp3tag in windows to strip out all previous info, including removal of Covert art) and start fresh with a clean library, then running up the software of choice, would it find more accurate matches for songs, than if it it had meta-data to work with previously, even if it all incorrect meta-data ? Would tagging software like TuneUpMedia, MusicBrainz, or other have more advantage over the cruft it finds otherwise ? Based on the way it does it, I'm guessing it's probably depended software-to-software, and algorithm is users but in general and accuracy i thing some would "play" and based on that. Thus, meta-data may probably help in addition, but it doesn't really play any important part while tagging since it listens, that's the most accurate.. Or have i got it all wrong ?