Anyone else notice this?? I bought Gorillaz - Demon Days this weekend, encoded AAC 320 Kbps, and burned a copy for my car. I listened to said CD on my way into work this morning and was pleasantly surprised to hear there is no gap between the few songs that lead into eachother!!!! When playing through iTunes I still hear gaps, sadly, but gapless CDs are a great start!! I always wondered why the gaps were there in the first place. I know it's got something to do with the files themselves, but if you know an AAC is always going to have a split second of silence in the begining and/or the end why not skip burning that part? I guess they figured that out! YAY!