Hello MacRumors-Users, this is my first entry here, because I usually find my solutions without asking questions. (I guess I have the usual problems...) To my problem: I have a Synology Disk Station and my iTunes library is stored there. It works just fine with my MBP '10 with Snow Leopard. I now want to use the library with my older PPC with Leopard. It uses the same iTunes (10.2.2). I want to use the PPC as an Entertainment System in my living room just for music (hidden in the cabinet) and remote control it with my iPhone and the Remote App from Apple. So far so good. But the (for me) useless function "gapless playback" in iTunes makes it impossible to handle the rather simple task. Everytime I launch iTunes on either the PPC or MBP it always wants to collect the information about gapless playback. (I am testing a small library with one album right now.) When I close iTunes and start it up again on the same Mac it doesn't collect the infos and everything is fine. But it always does this gapless playback stuff when I start it on the other Mac and vice versa. "Sharing" the library the iTunes way is no solution for me. I want the full library with playcounts and everything and not have to fire up the MBP all the time. I tried putting iTunes.app on the NAS as well but that didnt work. Letting iTunes manage the library is also no help. Tried make the mp3s read only, didnt do the trick either. Trying to sync 2 shared folders on the NAS with a library for each Mac is as well no solution to me because it might destroy my library some times.... Where is the info for gapless playback stored anyway?? xml? mp3? Is there really no way to get rid of the gapless playback? I really like iTunes with all its features and the Remote App. Please help me.