I don't know where this topic should be posted. There appears to be a presumption that iTunes has no problems, BTW I have upgraded to the lasted installed version. iTunes has to be the most irritating application I have EVER used. Considering I bought my 1st Apple II way back in 1986. I suspect this application may run perfectly well on a iMAC, I don't know since 99% of the time I run BootCamp and Win7 in my iMAC. I recently begrudgingly installed iTunes on my PC based computer running OS win7, mainly because someone gave me an old G3 iPhone. Here are some of the PC related problems with iTunes: 1. Uninstall does not uninstall everything. Looking at the Windows registry a lot of Apple stuff still remains. 2. Reinstalling itunes makes things even worse on the PC. When I now run iTunes or connect an Iphone, via USB iTunes: Wont recognize my g3 iPhone via USB Wont recognize my new iPhone shuffle via USB Wont recognize my new iTunes library, which I may have moved or deleted, then goes and installed tunes that don't even have an .mp3 extension but: Will recognize my wife's 4G iPhone even thought its NOT connected via USB Apple prides itself on its drag and drop support, but not on the Windows Platform. Why can't I do the following with iTunes: 1. Simply drag and drop my existing mp3's into iTunes, (however buying tunes is relatively easy, it has no problems connecting to the store.) 2. Backup and restore determined my user. tell me or allow me to determine where the backup directory is located, most window users would like to know. I don't need my tunes to be separated into categories automatically. I want my tunes to be played in the order and directory structure I created in Windows. I can name my tunes in Windows prefixed by numbers or create an ordered playlist. Why does the underlying unfriendly Unix directory structure still exist? I can make my own Icon, with some difficulty, but I don't know how to easily replace my icon with the icon iPhone has provided, without learning Unix. I'm not a mushroom! Don't feed me BS! I can think for myself! I don't need to be spoon fed by Apple. I hate being restricted by a company who thinks it knows better! However I'm not holding my breath that anything will change anytime soon. A famous statement from an Apple spokes person tells it all. " we have never listened to your customers for our success". If this becomes an example of how other companies want to emulate Apples success, the consumer backlash hopefully is just around the corner.... cheers!