Anyone know what algorithm iTunes uses when burning a playlist to CD when the playlist spans multiple CDs? I burn about 10 hours worth of podcasts a week to CD for listening during my commute and I can't make rhyme or reason of how or why iTunes chooses to split the individual tracks across multiple CDs. These podcasts are typically 30-90 minutes each. Obviously, I want iTunes to pack them on CDs as densely as possible to minimize the number of blank CDs used--I don't care if it splits a podcast in the middle. I've found that iTunes often puts a single 30 minute podcast on a CD and then asks for a new blank disk. At other times, it puts a track at the end of a CD such that there's 20 seconds from that track at the end of the CD before going to the next CD. Because of this idiotic scattering of tracks onto blank CDs, I've found that 10 hours (600 minutes) of podcasts often take 10 to 12 80-minute CDs rather than 8 CDs (600/80=7.5). Is this just another annoying iTunes bug, or is there some way to modify how it splits multiple tracks across multiple CDs to minimize blank CD usage?