I just came over from iOS, and so far, I'm loving the customization available to me (had to jailbreak my Apple devices to do a lot of the stuff I've done in my first week of owning an Android). There is one area I'm a little frustrated with, and that is the music playback/podcast playback functionality. Essentially, I want to replicate what iOS does with music/podcasts because, frankly, for all their faults, Apple nailed that. I would like to keep my music and podcasts/audiobooks separate entirely. I'm okay with using separate apps to do this, but I HAVE to have the ability to pause and resume podcasts/books where I left off, and the ability to download/save podcasts (not just stream them) to save on data usage. I would also like the ability to delete podcasts when I'm done using the phone (without a PC). I would also like to keep whatever music player I use from playing ringtones and podcasts when I shuffle all of my songs. It's VERY annoying to have these play back in the middle of music. I've read up on the ".nomedia" file solution, but it appears that I have to go in and edit this file name each time to get the podcast player to be able to read the file when I want. Seems overly complicated to me. Long and short of it - how to I get my Android to handle audio media like iOS does without giving up the other flexibility the device offers? With a few pointers, I'm sure I can get what I'm after. Theres no way that there are this many Android users with frustrating audio media issues! Thanks for the help!