Hello, Just a quick question, I have recently installed parallels in an effort to be able to transfer some mp3's that have been copied from my iTunes folder in OS X, to those created in the parallels shared folder on the Windows XP desktop. I have been spying up various mp3 players that don't seem to be Mac compatible(Sandisk Sansa E280, Creative Zen V etc) would running Windows XP in parallels and using my copied over mp3's from my iTunes folder which was created in OS X to the parallels shared folder be a problem if I was to use a non apple compatible mp3 player such as those mentioned above? I know the obvious answer would be to just go out and buy an ipod nano, but there is some nice alternative mp3 players out there on the market and I'm confused as to whether running parallels, the mp3 player would transfer music files etc over the same as what it would on a normal PC. I have seen countless posts on creative's and sandisks forums asking for Mac support with no joy. But I'm kind of thinking why don't people just use parallels/bootcamp and then copy over their mp3 files from OS X to a shared folder in XP on the desktop and then drag and drop them rather than waiting around for any such updates to appear?? Michael.