I have a few music files in wma format and it took me 4 hours to try and convert them to mp3 or m4a so itunes in osx can play it and toastit 7 can burn it but couldn't. Drag the files to my usb drive, add it to my windows xp itunes and it automatically converted it to m4a (aac) in minutes and before long I burned those files as music cd with toast. Why is it so much trouble in osx to convert a few wma files when windows itunes could do it? Did apple leave it out on purpose or was it just an oversight? Overall, I find converting wma to mp3 a big hassle, you had to pay for software, easywma for example, that use an opensource converter. And easywma can't convert ALL wma codec either. Overall, very disappointed in itunes for mac and osx in general on this issue. Anyone got a similar problem? what did u do to resolve it? Mike.