Thank for reading this. My question is admittedly obsessive, but I'm hoping someone can give me a tip. Album artwork is very important to me. As we all know, most artwork is available through iTunes, and comes in a nice, perfect square. Occasionally, the artwork that iTunes downloads, or that I have to go search out, is rectangular. Here comes the neurotic part. I want all of my artwork to be perfectly square. The best and only method I know of to accomplish this is to open the artwork, and then use the shift-command-"4" trick to create a box over a portion of the artwork and take a square "snapshot" of it. There are two problems with that method. First, it takes more steps than would seem necessary. Second, and more importantly, I can't make a perfect square; I am at the mercy of my not-so-strong mouse/squaring off abilities. So, my question is this: do any of you know how to quickly create a perfect square for purposes of album artwork? Thank you.