If you are anything like me you will be fussy about your mp3 tags and artwork. I finally got all my all my tags sorted a while ago but since I got my Touch with the larger artwork display I have become fussy about getting good quality artwork for all my albums. The following is a list of tips I have learnt whilst trying to get all my artwork in check. Feel free to add to the list, I'm sure there are many more tips :- 1. Always get the iTunes artwork if it is available as it is v good quality. Right click on track 1>Get Album Artwork and the artwork, if available, will be attached to each track on the album. 2. iTunes will only inform you if it can't find the artwork so if you right clicked and selected Get Album Artwork and nothing appeared to happen it did get the artowrk - double click a track to check. 3. iTunes artwork is 600x600 pixels. 4. You can edit the iTunes artwork by right clicking on it, selecting copy, then pasting in to an image editing app of your choice (I use Paint Shop Pro). You can then make any changes you like (usually removing the Parental Advisory sticker if you are like me) then re-attach to the album in iTunes. 5. If possible, try not to have two separate artists with the same album name (ie. Greatest Hits) as this seems to confuse the Touch, hopefully this will be fixed in future as this cannot always be avoided 6. Google image search is a good source of CD covers but only use if the artwork isn't available from iTunes. Alternatively scan the cover (you own the CD right) at something like 400-600dpi and resize to 600x600 then import in to iTunes. 7. Right clicking an album and clicking 'Clear Downloaded Artwork' will only delete the artwork if you have downloaded it from iTunes. If you have manually added the artwork to the tracks you will have to delete from each individual track manually (see next tip). 8. If you have added artwork manually (ie. not downloaded it from iTunes) you have to delete the artwork from each track individually. Do this by right clicking on the first song in an album>Get Info>Artwork tab>highlight artwork (by clicking on it) then click Delete. Instead of having to Get Info for each track you can click Next>Delete through all tracks on the album deleting the artwork for each track as you go. This is much faster than opening Get Info for each track. 9. If you find a good res picture of a CD cover on the web you can drag it from your browser in to iTunes. You need your browser half screen and iTunes half screen. Highlight all tracks in an album right click and select the Artwork tab then just drag the image from your browser in to the Artwork window and the artwork will be attached to all tracks.