OK, so my third biggest use of my Droid is as an MP3 player. I have roughly 9 GB of music on it. I'm using (and enjoying) MixZing (paid). A couple of problems so far, not necessarily anything to do with the app; Years ago I made the Gawd-awful mistake of eagerly ripping my entire CD collection onto my brand new XP OSed laptop ...-in WMP format!. I knew absolutely nothing at that time, and didn't even have an MP3 player. Well, now I have a rather tremendous chunk of music that is comprised mostly of this collection and about 33% from fragments downloaded off of file sharing programs. These "fragments" are usually in MP3 format, but some idiot has usually altered the tag info, mis-spelling authors, mis-assigning albums, etc, making the tag info nearly useless. All of this makes for one hell of a mess of a music library for MixZing to try to comb through. It won't even display album art for me, but I don't know if it's because most of the music is WMP or because much of the music has screwed up tag data! So I'm starting over, complete, from scratch. I'm dragging out that big ole box of CDs, and I'm going to burn them on my PC, and build my Droid library correctly, from the ground up. Give me some advice! (Please.) Should every artist have it's own folder? For example, should I copy my Niel Young CD into a folder named "Neil Young", or should I just put it into the same folder as all the other albums? I'm ripping everything as MP3 this time, but what bit rate should I use? How do I make album art easy for MixZing to find? Thanks, all.