I have to jump in and give a plug for this 3rd party s/w I stumbled on this past weekend (not affiliated with the developer). While I'm waiting to see what Apple's iControl is gonna do for me in helping me remote control my music libraries, this software Signal is something I've been looking for for about ten years or so (and will probably buy if Apple's iControl isn't the same product or is better). So while Signal's iphone interface to my iTunes library is really cool, what makes it something very special for me is how I expanded on it. I've had a Twentieth Anniversary Mac sitting in my entertainment center for ten years or so and I've looked at different options and ways to tie it into controlling my music. First via a serial box h/w method to my CD jukeboxes (with Hypercard) and then through slimserver and the like via digital content. None worked to my liking. Then Signal came along and I found you could access the built-in webserver directly and even customize the pages (like for size of screen (TAM is 800x600)). Using iCab (OS9) and its Kiosk mode I can now control my music library from my TAM, which is perfect for parties and so on. I also like its clean yet functional interface. I'm also running this on an old gum drop iMac of mine in another room and I've setup my old AirPort Express (with AirTunes) on my stereo in my basement, with my old iBook alongside. So now I have the same music and controls throughout the house. The beauty is when the song changes, or you switch a song or set a rating, all connected devices do so as well almost simultaneously. It's a housewide jukebox system!