When I start iTunes, it spends some time trying to synchronize my files. It finds a picture that it doesn't like and tells me: Some of your photos, including the photo "GGpa, GGma, Gma, Hayden Sarah waiting for bat flight DCP_1532.JPG", were not copied to the iPod 'brazee's iPod" because they cannot be displayed on your iPod. So I find that file, and edit it with Paint (I'm on a XP machine), save it, move it elsewhere, and after restarting iTunes and having it complain about a different photo, I move that photo back. Sometimes this works - sometimes it doesn't work. And it is very slow, as I go one file at a time. I looked at my iPOD to see if it copied every file, but it is not obvious - the iPOD doesn't appear to go down as many sub folders as "My Pictures" has. I suspect it is missing lots of pictures. I know that the album that is ripped in "My Music" didn't get copied over. Is there a way to convert my suspect JPGs into something my iPod can display? Is there a quick way to find all the invalid JPGs at once? Is there a limit in how many levels of subfolders I can copy?