Hi everybody, I am the developer of Hypnos, a small OSX app, which can shut down, restart, sleep etc. your Mac after predetermined period of time or number of tracks. It is the only app on the Mac App Store that can shut down or restart the Mac automatically. I use it to listen to music from iTunes while falling asleep. Because of app sandboxing the user needs to download two AppleScripts from my website for the shut down and restart functionality. The two AppleScripts have to be put in the ~/Library/Application Scripts/… directory. In the download included is an alias, which points to that specific folder. What do you think? Is that something that is too much for an average Mac user? If you like you can try it out by using the promo codes for my app: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=16851497#post16851497 Thanks!