Okay, I really hope someone can help me out here. In late 2009, a bit over a year ago, I bought a 64gb IPod Touch. I had a PC then and had an Itunes account. I filled about 80% of the Ipod Touch with my own CD's and left the rest of the space open for Itunes purchases. Since then I bought a few thousand dollars worth of albums, games, apps and one movie and a few single songs. Mostly full albums though. Anyway, for the last 6 months or so I didn't synch my Ipod up with my PC since just didn't have time. I was still buying stuff through the Ipod Touch and my router and when I ran out of space I started taking some of the 30 or so games I had on it off since they took up a lot of space. Fast forward to a few weeks ago and my PC was broken in an accident, like completely smashed. I bought a brand new custom Macbook Pro which arrived on Monday. A day or so later I went to listen to my IPod and noticed a LOT of the albums were missing. ALL of the CD's I put on myself are gone and quite a few of the ones I downloaded are gone as well. I thought "No problem, I'll just use the Itunes thing on my new Macbook Pro, sign into my account and I'll be good. Nope, nothing was there. No albums, no games, no apps, no nothing. All I could find were 5 album cover art/lyric books that I didn't download when I had my PC. So I called Apple up and they informed me of something I did not know... the 10 or so bucks you pay for an album on the ITunes store is for a ONE time download. He said not to fret though and sent me to the area of Apple's website where you can get a one time re-download of things you downloaded. I honestly did not know any of this. I'm a gamer and on X Box Live and SOny's PSN if you download stuff to your account, you can take it off and re-download it as many times as you want. I thought that was how this was. Anyway, the Apple dude said I should get a terabyte hard drive and after they put the stuff up on the account again to back it up. All that in consideration, here's the really weird parts... I have never synched my Ipod Touch up to this brand new Macbook Pro, in fact, like I said earlier, I didn't even synch it up for the last 6 months I had my PC. So, how did the albums go missing. And the oddest/weirdest thing of all... Even though all of those albums are gone, the Ipod touch shows that the hard drive is still almost full. It's like I can't see the albums or listen to them, but they're still taking up all the space.