I am trying very hard to bring over my very large MP3 collection from my PC. I am having great trouble getting them into iTunes. I have the MP3s in a folder structure like this: Artist/Album Title/ .... Each folder contains the tracks plus a playlist folder. I tried the "Add to Library" function. I selected the root folder where the files are. I left if for about 5 minutes then came back. The stupid program has not only scanned the folders for music files but also playlist files. So in effect has added everything twice! . And as it has copied the music into the iTunes folder I now have three copies of the music on my hard disc. So in short iTunes has turned a 40GB collection into a 120GB one! WTF! Also I don't like the way iTunes rips music. There is no way of controlling how the ripped music is named. I want to have complete control of the ripping process and how the music is filed. But no. I am getting totally annoyed with it. I can't be that difficult can it??? The only option is to add the track number to the filename, ohhh that's useful. Am I missing something. I did not use iTunes when I had a PC, as I preferred to use good ol' Windows Explorer and Winamp. Then 3rd party ripping software (Easy CD-DA Extractor). Where I had complete control of the ripping process. I tried to use the "Import" command but that won't work, as you have to select an individual playlist file, it won't look through folders. That's pants, it will take ages to manually go through each folder. And, there's more. When it imports a compilation CD it want to create folders for each artist. NOOOOO, leave the layout the same, just move the folder into iTunes! Am I the only one who find this annoying or are there others that feel the same. If there is a work around I am all ears.