Alrighty.. let's get down to it. I copied a large number (~5GB) of hand-picked tracks from my iTunes library to my iPod (10GB 2nd or 3rd gen). I did not create a playlist for these tracks. I simply drug them to my iPod. Now, a week or so later, I realize that this collection of tracks is fabulous, and I want to save them as a playlist in iTunes on my G4 iBook. How do I do this? It seems so simple, but all my attempts have ended in failure. I tried: 1) Creating a new playlist in iTunes, then trying to drag all the tracks from the iPod to the playlist. No-go. 2) Creating a new playlist on the iPod, using iTunes, and moving all iPod tracks to the new playlist. This worked, but I still cannot copy this new iPod playlist to the iTunes list of.. um playlists. (this is turning into a tongue-twister) 3) Created a new playlist on the iPod, using iTunes, and created an identically-named playlist in iTunes itself.. Then I tried dragging all tracks from the iPod playlist to the iTunes playlist. Still got nothin'. Am I going about this all wrong? What part of the intuitive Mac/iPod/iTunes experience am I failing to grasp? Perhaps it has something to do with where the music is located? On the iPod, the tracks are obviously stored on its hard disk. On the iBook, the tracks are stored on a network share that must be mounted before I fire up iTunes.