I import my music into itunes from CD's, currently using itunes 10. I've been finding that itunes breaks up CD's into multiple folders for some reason. First example- I bought a CD from a community brass band one time and it imports each track from that CD into a separate folder on my hard drive and the tracks show up on my ipod as 12 or so separate albums. Second example- I bought a new Celine Dion CD and imported it, it went into 4 different folders- one for Celine alone and separate other folders for tracks where Celine sang with another artist. This really bugs me and I feel like I should manually move the various tracks back into one folder per disk. Maybe this isn't necessary, but is the better organization more trouble than it is worth? I have dedicated my itunes to my ipod and have never connected my iphone because I don't want all of the music copied to the phone. I need to update the phone software because I'm finding many apps that don't work on my phone anymore. I'm thinking this is a good time to fool with the music library and update the phone. I thought I could copy all of the music folders to another place on my hard drive, delete them from itunes, manually edit the folders the way that I want them, then move them all back into itunes. I'm wondering if this is going to be more trouble than it's worth and should I just stick with the old operating system on the phone?