For the past few days, every single time I try to sync my iPod it causes a kernel panic in OSX (that scary screen that freezes everything and says I must restart). Also, after restarting, a window pops up saying "The computer was restarted after Mac OS X quit unexpectedly." The two buttons are Report... and OK. However, clicking Report never does anything but make the window disappear. The kernel panic always appears right after iTunes starts to sync then gives the message that my iPod is full so not all songs could be copied. I have the latest versions of everything. I don't remember exactly, but I suppose the problem started when I filled up my iPod. Incidentally, the last few songs I added that filled it up were rips from a CD audiobook that I converted to .m4b with an applescript, if that's important at all. Any ideas about how to fix this? Thanks!