I've spend hours and hours and hours over the last week or so going through my iTunes music and applying ratings to all of my tracks, and I've now just completed giving adequate ratings to nearly 10,000 songs. It was at this point that I realized that if my hard drive crashed, or my iTunes library file got corrupted, etc, etc, then I would lose all of the ratings information that I've just spend hours on. I wanted to find out if anyone knew of any other ways I might want to consider for backing up all of the ratings info I've applied. I've exported my iTunes library file and have uploaded it to my Box.net account, which I assume would be my first line of defense in case of a catastrophe (as I do believe this will restore all of the ratings I've applied). I've also created a backup of my iTunes library folder on a locally connected hard drive using ChronoSync I've scoured Doug's iTunes Scripts for a script that could help with backing up and restoring my media's metadata, but didn't really turn up too much that seemed like it might help. Anyone else have any ideas that I might want to consider? Thanks!