Hi All, I have a question for the Mac collective, to which I don't seem to be able to find an answer. Essentially, I would like a way of using my Powerbook in the same way as I currently use my iPod. Let me clarify slightly: I currently use my Powerbook as my primary machine. However I'm coming to a time where the original hard disk is beginning to look a little on the small side, being only 60gb. Indeed, I currently have only 1.5gb free, and performance is suffering. As the majority of the disk space is used up by music files, I really need to be more selective about the music I carry around. Due to this issue (and a couple of unrelated points) I intend to purchase a second-hand PowerMac or build a cheap x86 Linux server. The idea (in the case of the PowerMac) would be to have this as the principle store of music, from where I would copy tracks I want on Powerbook. The problem is that I really would very much like to keep the libraries in sync. I would like to copy files to the Powerbook, play them, then have the relevant details updated in the master iTunes database on the PowerMac (so that it would add the playcounts made on the PowerMac AND the Powerbook to the total in the library, populate the last played field accordingly, depending on whether the track was last played on the 'book or the 'Mac and so forth). Essentially, I would like my Powerbook to have exactly the same functionality as an iPod has for transfering and synchronising a collection of music. Any thoughts?